Cold snap to be a short one, warm up aheadWisconsin Weather
-- It might not get above 10-degrees today in north-central Wisconsin, as a high pressure system pumps cold air into the Badger State.
It might not get above 10-degrees today in north-central Wisconsin, as a high pressure system pumps cold air into the Badger State.
It was five-below at seven o'clock this morning in Hayward, and minus-four in Tomahawk and Eagle River. Southern Wisconsin was generally in the teens. Winds are light, so the wind-chills are not all that bad. They ranged from about five-above to minus-15 as of seven o'clock.
One more cold night is expected, with lows similar to this morning. And later tomorrow, forecasters say a much warmer air flow will come from the southwest. Highs are supposed to be in the 20's statewide tomorrow, and the 30's-and-40's both Sunday and Monday.
The next chance for precipitation is on Monday, as a weak low pressure system could bring in some light snow.