Coldest air of the season arrives this week


Snow showers will continue through areas around Green Bay and the Fox Valley this evening and into the early overnight. The snow will create very slick conditions for those with evening travel plans. Gusty winds will also create some blowing and drifting of the snow creating lower visibility at times. It will be a cool night with lows in the upper teens to around 20 degrees.

High pressure builds into the area early this week from Canada. This strong high will bring quiet weather to the area Monday and Tuesday, but it also brings with it some very cold Arctic air. Highs on Monday will be in the middle 20s and lower 20s can be expected for highs on Tuesday. The record cold high temperature on Tuesday in Green Bay is 22°.

Another snow chance pushes into the area Wednesday. The snow looks to move in during the afternoon before exiting the area early Thursday. Accumulations will be around 1″ for most spots with possibly some slightly higher totals to the north.

Potential snowfall from Wednesday into early Thursday afternoon

Temperatures will begin to rebound into the 30s late in the week and into the upcoming weekend.

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