UNDATED (WSAU-Wheeler News) It started warming up a little in Wisconsin by seven this morning -- but wind-chill factors were still at 40-below in Menomonie and New Richmond. The state's coldest wind-chill was reported near Frederic in Polk County, at minus-46. Siren had the state's coldest actual temperature at seven o'clock with 19-below.
No place in the state was above zero at that hour.
Kenosha was at zero. Wausau was at -13. Marshfield and Stevens Point were at -15. Madison was -9. Wind-chill warnings and advisories continue at least through mid-morning tomorrow. Wind chills could bottom out at minus-55 tomorrow morning -- which is predicted to be the coldest morning of the week. Even southern Wisconsin is expecting wind-chills of around 50-below. Actual temperatures could hit minus-30 overnight.
Blowing snow remains in the forecast, but no new accumulations are planned except along Lake Superior -- where another 1-to-3 inches are possible today.