On March 23 we had one of Green Bay’s biggest snowfalls ever, at nearly 18 inches. Less, than three weeks later, on April 10, we had a record seven tornadoes in the part of Wisconsin served by the National Weather Service offices in Ashwaubenon. (Only one, the Kaukauna twister which damaged dozens of homes, occurred relatively close to Green Bay.) Now, the NWS has issued one of their rarest advisories: an ice shove watch. Satellite imagery shows large free-floating sheets of ice covering much of the bay from Dyckesville to Egg Harbor. With strong northeast winds forecast through the weekend, ice could stack up and damage shorelines and structures along the lower bay. Interesting weather statement.
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