(OnFocus) Thanksgiving Storm has reached Central Wisconsin, this Tuesday evening. National Weather Service in Green Bay has indicated as much as 8 to 10 inches of snow could fall through the overnight and into Wednesday.
As of 9:30 pm, roads throughout Central Wisconsin still were listed to be in good driving conditions, according to 511WI. That outlook is expected to change throughout the night.
Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
255 PM CST Tue Nov 26 2019
This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for north-central and northeast
Hazardous travel is expected across north central and portions of
central and northeast Wisconsin tonight as a winter storm brings
heavy snow to the region. A mix of snow and rain is likely just
south of the heavy snow area, from Wood County to southern
Marinette County. Slushy snow accumulations could result in
slippery roads in those areas.
Strong east to northeast winds across Door County could create
sporadic power outages and difficult travel for high profile
Lakeshore flooding is possible tonight into Wednesday along the
western shore of Green Bay and along the Lake Michigan shore.
Heavy rains tonight could cause ponding of water on roads in the