WISCONSIN NEWS ROUNDUP: After latest cold spell, climate experts says the U.S. has become weather wimps
Climate experts say we've become a nation of weather wimps. That's because it's been 17 years since we had the type of cold snap that used to cover the nation every four years. Wisconsin is busting out its cold spell with some of the warmest temperatures of the New Year. It was almost 30 degrees at six this morning between Monroe and Kenosha. It was 17 in Tomahawk, just a day after it was 31-below there. Packer fans saw the weather-weenies firsthand last week.