National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

A band of light snow will gradually drift northward toward the southern Fox Valley area after 9 pm this evening. The best chance to see accumulating snow will generally be south of a line from Kewaunee to Waupaca. By 7 am Sunday morning 1 to 3 inches are possible with the highest totals over southeast Manitowoc County. If traveling south of Green Bay overnight, be prepared for reduced visibilities and slippery roads. Allow extra time to get to your destination. Elsewhere expect cloudy skies with lows from -5 north to 15 above near Lake Michigan.
A band of light snow will gradually be drifting north into the southern Fox Valley later this evening and it will persist overnight. Areas most likely to be impacted with accumulating snow and slippery roads will be mostly south of a line from Green Bay to Wautoma. Manitowoc County will see the heaviest snowfall with 2 to 4 inches possible especially along the Lake Michigan shoreline. Anyone traveling along I43, I41 and Highway 57 south of Green Bay should be prepared to encounter low visibilities and very slippery roads. Travel with caution and slow down.