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Fall 2017 will go down in the record books as warmer and drier than normal. Temperatures averaged 2 to 4 degrees across the region. It was the 14th warmest fall on record at Green Bay, 30th warmest at Wausau and 40th warmest at Rhinelander. Precipitation averaged around 2 inches below normal. It was the 26th driest fall on record at Green Bay and 38th driest at Wausau. Snow was below normal across central into east-central Wisconsin, while it at or slightly above normal across the north.