GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - New wind chill advisories will take effect from late Wednesday through Thursday, as another blast of arctic air moves into Wisconsin.
Light snow fell in much of the state overnight, as another low pressure system zips through the Upper Great Lakes.
FOX 11 reports there will be occasional snow throughout the day with accumulations of between 1 and 2 inches and a high near 10°.
Winds will pick up Wednesday night out of the northwest at 15 to 25 mph with gusts to 35 mph creating blowing snow and difficult driving conditions.
The temperatures plummet to near -3 with wind chills reaching -25 by Thursday morning.
7 a.m. temperatures were close to the zero mark statewide, with wind chills as low as the minus-teens.
More light snow is possible throughout the day, and lake effect snow advisories have been posted along Lake Superior.
The Gogebic Range in Iron and Ashland counties could get over 7 inches of new snow from Wednesday afternoon into Thursday. Superior expects 3 to 5 inches.
Most of the state could get wind chills as low as 35-below by early Thursday. The National Weather Service wind chill advisories cover all but about the northeast quarter of Wisconsin.
Wednesday night's lows will range from zero to 21-below.
A slight warm up is predicted for Friday until another burst of snow and cold air is due in for the weekend.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)