EagleHerald/John Liesveld 
Gale force winds over the Bay of Green Bay pummeled the shoreline along Harbor Drive in Menominee Wednesday afternoon flooding out the road.  Wednesday’s storm swept across Wisconsin,  clipping the Marinette-Menominee area with mostly rain and high winds. For this weekend the National Weather Service out of Green Bay has issued a weather advisory for northern Wisconsin, including Marinette County. A slow-moving low pressure system inches its way toward the area, potentially bringing a mix of rain and snow.  The weather event will start today and continue through Sunday afternoon with the heaviest snowfall forecast for this afternoon and into Sunday morning across mainly northern Wisconsin. Significant uncertainty remains as to the total possible snow accumulation.
EagleHerald/John Liesveld
Gale force winds over the Bay of Green Bay pummeled the shoreline along Harbor Drive in Menominee Wednesday afternoon flooding out the road. Wednesday’s storm swept across Wisconsin, clipping the Marinette-Menominee area with mostly rain and high winds. For this weekend the National Weather Service out of Green Bay has issued a weather advisory for northern Wisconsin, including Marinette County. A slow-moving low pressure system inches its way toward the area, potentially bringing a mix of rain and snow. The weather event will start today and continue through Sunday afternoon with the heaviest snowfall forecast for this afternoon and into Sunday morning across mainly northern Wisconsin. Significant uncertainty remains as to the total possible snow accumulation.

Gale force winds over the Bay of Green Bay pummeled the shoreline along Harbor Drive in Menominee Wednesday afternoon flooding out the road.  Wednesday’s storm swept across Wisconsin,  clipping the Marinette-Menominee area with mostly rain and high winds. For this weekend the National Weather Service out of Green Bay has issued a weather advisory for northern Wisconsin, including Marinette County. A slow-moving low pressure system inches its way toward the area, potentially bringing a mix of rain and snow.  The weather event will start today and continue through Sunday afternoon with the heaviest snowfall forecast for this afternoon and into Sunday morning across mainly northern Wisconsin. Significant uncertainty remains as to the total possible snow accumulation.