Storm Damage – Waupaca County 6-26-16

Photo’s By Charles Whitlock

Storms ripped through the area early Sunday Morning. Here is some of the damage from Waupaca County. Thanks goes out to our viewer Charles Whitlock…. These were in the Township of Lebanon County N between Sugar Bush & Manawa.

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NWS AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREEN BAY WI

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREEN BAY WI
542 PM CST TUE FEB 2 2016

UPDATED AVIATION PORTION FOR 00Z TAF ISSUANCE

.SHORT TERM…TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY
ISSUED AT 341 PM CST TUE FEB 2 2016

A BAND OF SNOW MOVED ACROSS THE REGION THIS AFTERNOON…PRODUCING
A QUICK 2 TO 5 INCHES OF SNOW WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS. SNOW…
MODERATE TO HEAVY AT TIMES WILL CONTINUE INTO THE EARLY EVENING
HOURS. DRY SLOT EXPECTED TO MOVE ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST TWO THIRDS
OF THE FORECAST AREA LATER THIS EVENING INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS.
WILL CONTINUE HEADLINES FOR MOST OF THE AREA THROUGH THE CURRENT
EXPIRATION TIMES. THE ONLY EXCEPTION WAS FOR WINNEBAGO…CALUMET
AND MANITOWOC COUNTIES WHERE IT MAY BE WARM ENOUGH FOR ALL LIQUID
LATER THIS EVENING INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS.

A WEAK DISTURBANCE MOVING ACROSS THE REGION WILL BRING ANOTHER 1
TO 3 INCHES OF SNOW AS THE LOW DEPARTS THE AREA. HAVE ACCOUNTED
FOR THIS SCENARIO IN THE WINTER WEATHER PRODUCTS TO INDICATE TWO
SEPARATE TIMES FOR ADDITIONAL ACCUMULATION ACROSS CENTRAL INTO
EAST-CENTRAL WISCONSIN. THE SNOW SHOULD END BY LATE AFTERNOON
EVERYWHERE EXCEPT FOR THE FAR NORTH WHERE LAKE EFFECT SNOW SHOWERS
WILL LINGER THROUGH THE ENTIRE AFTERNOON. NOT MUCH CHANGE IN MAX
AND MIN TEMPERATURES DURING THE PERIOD.

.LONG TERM…WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY
ISSUED AT 341 PM CST TUE FEB 2 2016

A VERY ACTIVE…YET MOISTURE STARVED…PATTERN WILL BE IN PLACE
ACROSS THE WESTERN GREAT LAKES FOR THE EXTENDED PERIOD. A SERIES
OF WEAK CLIPPER SYSTEMS WILL TRACK THROUGH THE GREAT LAKES AT
TIMES…BRINGING CHANCES OF SNOW SEVERAL TIMES THROUGH THE
EXTENDED. HOWEVER AS WAS MENTIONED…THE SYSTEMS WILL BE MOISTURE
STARVED AND NOT PARTICULARLY STRONG…WHICH WILL LIMIT SNOWFALL
AMOUNTS SIGNIFICANTLY.

LAKE EFFECT SNOW WILL BE ONGOING WEDNESDAY NIGHT TO START THE
EXTENDED ACROSS VILAS COUNTY…WHICH WILL BE QUICKLY SHUTTING DOWN
AS WINDS TURN WESTERLY AHEAD OF ONE IN A SERIES OF WEAK CLIPPER
SYSTEMS TRACKING THROUGH THE WESTERN GREAT LAKES. THE WEAK CLIPPER
ITSELF WILL TRACK THROUGH LATE THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND INTO
THURSDAY EVENING. THIS CLIPPER WILL HAVE A WEAK SIGNATURE IN THE
SURFACE MSLP FIELD WITH A WEAK MID LEVEL SHORTWAVE ASSOCIATED WITH
IT. THEREFORE WILL MAINTAIN THE SLIGHT CHANCE POPS FOR SNOW WITH
LITTLE TO NO SNOW ACCUMULATION EXPECTED FROM THIS FIRST CLIPPER
SYSTEM.

THE NEXT CLIPPER SYSTEM WILL ALSO BE FAIRLY WEAK…TRACKING
THROUGH ON FRIDAY NIGHT. THIS SYSTEM WILL BE A BIT
STRONGER…HENCE THE SLIGHTLY HIGHER POPS…BUT SNOWFALL AMOUNTS
SHOULD ONLY AMOUNT TO A FEW TENTHS OF AN INCH…WITH THE BEST
CHANCES ACROSS THE NORTH WITH SOME ADDED BOOST BY LAKE SUPERIOR.

THE LAST CLIPPER SYSTEM WILL BE THE STRONGEST OF ALL THREE AS IT
AFFECTS THE AREA FROM SUNDAY THROUGH NEXT TUESDAY. THE SYSTEM
TRACKS OVER THE WESTERN GREAT LAKES ON SUNDAY…THEN DEEPENS AND
BECOMES CUT OFF FROM THE MAIN FLOW…AND LINGERS ACROSS THE GREAT
LAKES REGION THROUGH NEXT TUESDAY. WHILE THERE IS SOME MODEL
DISCREPANCIES REGARDING THE PROGRESSION OF THIS LOW IN THE MID
LEVELS…THERE IS AGREEMENT IN A LENGTHY PERIOD OF LIGHT SNOW
CHANCES AS THIS SYSTEM SPINS ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES REGION LATE
THIS WEEKEND AND EARLY INTO NEXT WEEK. INITIALLY SOME WARM AIR
ADVECTION WILL BRING HIGHS INTO THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 30S ON
SUNDAY…HOWEVER ONCE THE COLD AIR IS BROUGHT IN BEHIND THE
SYSTEM HIGHS WILL FALL INTO THE TEENS BY TUESDAY. WHILE SNOWFALL
AMOUNTS DURING ANY ONE PERIOD ARE EXPECTED TO BE FAIRLY
LIGHT…SNOWFALL WILL ADD UP DURING THE THREE DAY STRETCH THAT THE
SYSTEM AFFECTS THE GREAT LAKES.
&&

.AVIATION…FOR 00Z TAF ISSUANCE
ISSUED AT 542 PM CST TUE FEB 2 2016

IFR CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE OVERNIGHT WITH LIGHT TO
MODERATE SNOW IN MOST PLACES. DRIZZLE OR FREEZING DRIZZLE POSSIBLE
LATER TONIGHT AT GRB/ATW/OSH/SUE/MTW. WEDNESDAY WILL START WITH
IFR CONDITIONS WITH SNOW SHOWERS BUT WIND UP WITH MVFR OR VFR BY
LATE AFTERNOON.
&&

.GRB WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES…
WINTER STORM WARNING UNTIL 10 PM CST THIS EVENING FOR WIZ048>050.

WINTER STORM WARNING UNTIL 6 AM CST WEDNESDAY FOR WIZ030-031-
035>040-045.

WINTER STORM WARNING UNTIL 9 AM CST WEDNESDAY FOR WIZ010>013-
018>022-073-074.

WINTER STORM WARNING UNTIL 3 PM CST WEDNESDAY FOR WIZ005.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM…..ECKBERG
LONG TERM……KURIMSKI
AVIATION…….RDM

511 Wisconsin provides up-to-date winter road conditions

511 Wisconsin provides up-to-date winter road conditions
WisDOT travel information system keeps drivers better connected and informed

The Statewide Traffic Operations Center (STOC) in Milwaukee and law enforcement agencies statewide are working closely to update winter road conditions and inform the commuting public through overhead message signs and the 511 Wisconsin travel information system.

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Winter weather is a perfect reason to take advantage of the free 511 Wisconsin smartphone app or follow @511WI on Twitter. Users can receive notifications of winter weather warnings, view over 400 traffic cameras, and see road conditions statewide. Always putting safety first, never access 511 information while driving. Either safely pull off of the highway, or have a passenger check it.

SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT – 12-28-15

FROM: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREEN BAY

ONEIDA-FOREST-FLORENCE-NORTHERN MARINETTE COUNTY-LINCOLN-LANGLADE-
MENOMINEE-NORTHERN OCONTO COUNTY-DOOR-MARATHON-SHAWANO-WOOD-
PORTAGE-WAUPACA-OUTAGAMIE-BROWN-KEWAUNEE-WAUSHARA-WINNEBAGO-
CALUMET-MANITOWOC-SOUTHERN MARINETTE COUNTY-
SOUTHERN OCONTO COUNTY-
830 PM CST MON DEC 28 2015

 

 

..MAJOR WINTER STORM CONTINUES TO PRODUCE DANGEROUS TRAVEL
CONDITIONS LATE THIS EVENING…

 

 

MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW…IN COMBINATION WITH SUSTAINED WINDS OF 20
TO 30 MPH…WITH PEAK WIND GUSTS RANGING FROM 35 TO 45 MPH WILL
CONTINUE TO SEVERELY IMPACT TRAVEL ACROSS MUCH OF CENTRAL AND
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN THIS EVENING. SNOWFALL RATES OF UP TO 1 INCH
PER HOUR ALONG WITH THE STRONG EASTERLY WINDS WILL OCCASIONALLY
PRODUCE NEAR WHITEOUT CONDITIONS. THE AXIS OF HEAVIEST SNOW IS
EXPECTED TO EXTEND FROM NEAR STURGEON BAY AND MARINETTE…SOUTHWEST
ACROSS THE GREEN BAY AND SHAWANO AREAS…TO NEAR MARSHFIELD AND
WISCONSIN RAPIDS. BY MIDNIGHT…THESE AREAS COULD SEE SNOWFALL
ACCUMULATIONS RANGING FROM 6 TO 10 INCHES…WITH LOCALLY HIGHER
AMOUNTS. SOME SLEET IS ALSO LIKELY TO MIX IN WITH THE SNOW OVER
PARTS OF MANITOWOC…CALUMET AND WINNEBAGO COUNTIES FOR THE NEXT
FEW HOURS.

 

 

THE MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW…ALONG WITH THE STRONG EAST TO
NORTHEAST WINDS SHOULD BEGIN TO DIMINISH AFTER MIDNIGHT ACROSS THE
FOX VALLEY…WITH AREAS OF FREEZING DRIZZLE AND OR LIGHTER SNOW
PERSISTING UNTIL TUESDAY MORNING. THE MODERATE SNOW WILL CONTINUE
TO THE NORTH AND WEST OF GREEN BAY AFTER MIDNIGHT.

 

 

THE LATEST WISCONSIN ROAD CONDITIONS CAN BE OBTAINED BY CALLING
511.

NWS – HIGHEST WIND REPORTS PAST 6 HOURS 12-28-15

FROM: National Weather Service Green Bay Office

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREEN BAY WI
347 PM CST MON DEC 28 2015
…HIGHEST WIND REPORTS PAST 6 HOURS …

LOCATION SPEED TIME/DATE LAT/LON
ALGOMA CITY MARINA 45 MPH 0251 PM 12/28 44.61N/87.43W
PLOVER 1 WSW 41 MPH 0147 PM 12/28 44.44N/89.55W
SCANDINAVIA 40 MPH 0111 PM 12/28 44.46N/89.15W
COMBINED LOCKS 2 W 38 MPH 0115 PM 12/28 44.24N/88.34W
TWO RIVERS 8 ESE 38 MPH 1000 AM 12/28 44.10N/87.40W
OSHKOSH AIRPORT 37 MPH 0253 PM 12/28 43.98N/88.56W
WHITEFISH BAY 9 SE 37 MPH 1000 AM 12/28 44.80N/87.10W
ROSE LAWN 4 SE 36 MPH 0236 PM 12/28 44.54N/88.25W
MARSHFIELD AIRPORT 36 MPH 0236 PM 12/28 44.64N/90.19W
STEVENS POINT AIRPORT 36 MPH 0115 PM 12/28 44.55N/89.53W
KEWAUNEE 34 MPH 1018 AM 12/28 44.47N/87.50W
WAUSAU AIRPORT 33 MPH 1227 PM 12/28 44.93N/89.63W
MOSINEE AWOS 33 MPH 0250 PM 12/28 44.78N/89.67W
CLINTONVILLE AWOS 32 MPH 0235 PM 12/28 44.61N/88.73W
SHAWANO AIRPORT 32 MPH 1040 AM 12/28 44.79N/88.56W
MANITOWOC AWOS 32 MPH 1035 AM 12/28 44.13N/87.68W
ANTIGO AWOS 31 MPH 0135 PM 12/28 45.15N/89.11W
OMRO 31 MPH 0951 AM 12/28 44.03N/88.75W
RHINELANDER AIRPORT 31 MPH 0120 PM 12/28 45.63N/89.47W
STURGEON BAY AWOS 31 MPH 0115 PM 12/28 44.84N/87.42W
GREENVILLE 1 E 30 MPH 1047 AM 12/28 44.29N/88.52W
PITTSVILLE 30 MPH 1215 PM 12/28 44.45N/90.13W
ANTIGO 2 ENE 29 MPH 0105 PM 12/28 45.16N/89.11W
ANSTON 29 MPH 1100 AM 12/28 44.61N/88.15W
MOON 6 SW 29 MPH 1205 PM 12/28 44.70N/89.87W
PARK RIDGE 2 N 29 MPH 0214 PM 12/28 44.54N/89.54W
POTAWATOMI STATE PARK 5 ESE 28 MPH 0318 PM 12/28 44.83N/87.34W
OCONTO AIRPORT 28 MPH 0115 PM 12/28 44.87N/87.91W
MERRILL AIRPORT 28 MPH 0255 PM 12/28 45.20N/89.71W
LARSEN 2 ESE 27 MPH 1107 AM 12/28 44.16N/88.56W
APPLETON 2 ENE 27 MPH 0153 PM 12/28 44.28N/88.37W
NEW ROME 4 ENE 26 MPH 1205 PM 12/28 44.26N/89.81W
WAUTOMA 1 WSW 26 MPH 1012 AM 12/28 44.06N/89.29W
PORT EDWARDS 2 WNW 25 MPH 0224 PM 12/28 44.35N/89.88W
KESHENA 2 WNW 25 MPH 1205 PM 12/28 44.89N/88.66W
KNOWLTON 1 E 25 MPH 0112 PM 12/28 44.71N/89.66W

OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

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NWS GREEN BAY WI

Clintonville – Flooding Pictures 12-14-15

Photo’s & Written By: Timothy Zilch

Photo’s Monday Morning Clintonville W.A. Olen Park. Please avoid the area until the water levels go down. Please keep Children away as well.  Hard to believe its December 14th usually we worry about the park flooding in spring. 

 

PHOTO’S

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Multiple people struck by lightning at Raymond J Stadium

We have just learned from Tampa Fire Rescue that between five to seven people have been struck by lightning at the Raymond James Stadium just as the Bucs-Packers game ended.

Seven people were being treated by paramedics.

The incident happened in parking lot 14 on the north side of Raymond James Stadium.

All of the victims were being taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital. An additional 4 or 5 people stated that they would go to the hospital on their own.

Spokesman Jason Penny says it doesn’t appear that anyone was directly struck by the lightning Sunday afternoon. He says the lightning did, however, kick up rocks and gravel and knock a few people down. It struck shortly after 4 p.m.

There were no other injuries reported and thankfully no fatalities.

Ages of the patients range from early twenties to a man in his seventies.

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