STATE NEWS ROUNDUP: Calm and cool temperatures in store the next four days
It’s warmer in Wisconsin this morning than it was yesterday – when Tomahawk hit the freezing mark, and a half-dozen cities tied or set new record lows for the date. Eagle River was the state’s only reporting station to be under 40-degrees at four a.m. They were at 39. Milwaukee, La Crosse, Janesville, and Monroe were all at a balmy 59. About this time yesterday, Rhinelander and Merrill set new record lows for the date at 34 degrees. Stevens Point and Antigo set new marks with 36.