Indianhead shivers on first day of springWisconsin Weather
-- It’s the second day of spring – but don’t tell that to folks in northwest Wisconsin.
It’s the second day of spring – but don’t tell that to folks in northwest Wisconsin.
It was nine-below-zero in Ladysmith at seven o’clock this morning. New Richmond had eight-below, and it was minus-two in Eau Claire. But at least there was not a lot of wind to make it feel even colder. People were also shivering in southern Wisconsin, where Milwaukee had a wind chill of one-below with an air temperature of 10. In the far north, people are digging out from a lake-effect snowstorm near Lake Superior. Cornucopia in Bayfield County had six inches over the past couple days, and Gile in Iron County had five inches.
Dry weather is expected at least through the weekend. But it won’t warm up very highs. Daytime highs are expected in the 20’s today, and the 30’s on the weekend. More snow showers are possible early next week.