- There's no warm-up in the Wisconsin forecast this
National Weather Service says the Arctic blast that has
brought frigid temperatures will linger across
north-central Wisconsin on Sunday.
separate storm system is expected to bring 3 to 5 inches
of fluffy snow to the area by Monday, plus another inch or
two in cities along Lake Michigan. The combination of snow
and freezing temperatures could make for hazardous driving
wind-chill advisory has been posted for parts of
north-central and far northeast Wisconsin. Wind chills
could get as cold as minus 25 degrees.
isn't expected to ease up until the middle of next week.
Wind chills of minus 10 degrees to minus 30 degrees are
expected Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights across