By Justin Poublon
December 24, 2017 - 8:49 PM CST | 35 0
The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory until noon Wednesday. Temperatures will take a nose dive statewide on Monday lasting into Wednesday morning. Wind Chills between -15F and -30F are possible (colder north -20 to -35F). High temperatures on Tuesday will struggle to reach 0F or single digits. Tuesday overnight into Wednesday will be the coldest night this winter so far in Wisconsin.
Temperatures warm slightly on Wednesday and Thursday ahead of an upper level disturbance which will bring a chance of snow. Cold temperatures will be reinforced following the snow Friday to Saturday when additional chill advisories may be issued.
Overnight lows on Wednesday morning, Dec 27