GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Winds are either light or non-existent in most of Wisconsin -- but the National Weather Service still has wind chill advisories out for virtually all of the Badger State.
They run until 9 a.m. for 13 counties between Milwaukee, Madison, and Platteville. Most other parts of the state have wind chill advisories until noon.
The actual temperatures are the biggest problems Wednesday morning. They were as low as minus-30 at 6 a.m. in Tomahawk, Land O'Lakes, Hayward, and Phillips in the far north.
Much of southern Wisconsin was in the single digits below, much warmer than the past couple of days. Milwaukee was the so-called warm spot at minus-four.
It's colder away from Lake Michigan. Madison was at minus-11.
All of Wisconsin is expected to rise above zero Wednesday afternoon for the first time in over a week.
Sub-zero readings are predicted again Wednesday night, before a new system brings warmer temperatures and a chance of snow or rain from Thursday into the weekend.
Highs in the teens and 20's are projected for Thursday. It could reach the 30's by Friday.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)