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Does it feel a little early for all of this?

Temperatures are dropping, there is snow here and there and it is only Nov. 5. What's going on?

While most of the snow is falling in the area south of Marshfield to Green Bay, the northwoods can expect about an inch on top of the dusting that is already lurking today. And it appears that temperatures will be cool enough to keep the snow right where it falls.

The National Weather Service said the snow could make travel conditions a bit risky in some areas on Wednesday morning, so drivers should be aware of the situation to avoid the problems that usually follow the first snowfall of the season.

National Weather Service meteorologist Scott Berschback said the winter weather will continue as colder air surges into the area behind the quick-moving low pressure system.

“Most places will be in the upper 20s in northern Wisconsin and just about freezing in the Fox Valley,” he said. Berschback predicted that cold weather will continue and get even colder on Thursday with high readings being the freezing point. “That's pretty chilly for this time of year,” he said.

There is a chance for more light snow in the area this weekend.

The overnight low in the Antigo area was 20 and the noon reading 28. But the sun was shining bright as wind chills were 18 degrees and had dropped to nine degrees overnight.
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Geese took a break from the water at Lake Park during the weekend.

Yes, it does seem to be a little early
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Does it feel a little early for all of this?

Temperatures are dropping, there is snow here and there and it is only Nov. 5. What's going on?

While most of the snow is falling in the area south of Marshfield to Green Bay, the northwoods can expect about an inch on top of the dusting that is already lurking today. And it appears that temperatures will be cool enough to keep the snow right where it falls.

The National Weather Service said the snow could make travel conditions a bit risky in some areas on Wednesday morning, so drivers should be aware of the situation to avoid the problems that usually follow the first snowfall of the season.

National Weather Service meteorologist Scott Berschback said the winter weather will continue as colder air surges into the area behind the quick-moving low pressure system.

“Most places will be in the upper 20s in northern Wisconsin and just about freezing in the Fox Valley,” he said. Berschback predicted that cold weather will continue and get even colder on Thursday with high readings being the freezing point. “That's pretty chilly for this time of year,” he said.

There is a chance for more light snow in the area this weekend.

The overnight low in the Antigo area was 20 and the noon reading 28. But the sun was shining bright as wind chills were 18 degrees and had dropped to nine degrees overnight.
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Geese took a break from the water at Lake Park during the weekend.
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