Updated: Tuesday, January 25, 2022 07:12 AM
*** A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for all of SE WI until 12pm Wednesday. ***

Tuesday, January 25, 2022 11:01 AM

Bitter cold has arrived, and is here to stay with a dry Canadian air mass through the mid-week, which leaves a Wind Chill Advisory for everyone until Wednesday afternoon. The daytime will struggle to reach single digits, wind chills below zero all day, but sunshine and brisk NW winds. Tonight will be likely be the coldest yet this season, as Wednesday morning lows will push well below zero and wind chills into a range of -20 to -30. Wednesday will still only reach the mid-teens, with wind chills around zero under partly cloudy skies. Gusty winds arrive into the night at 20-30mph, out of the southwest which starts a brief warmup. Thursday sees the next weak clipper to bring seasonal temps only for the day, around 30 for highs, and also hit-or-miss snow chances in the afternoon and evening that may leave a dusting. Then another cold but dry air mass into the weekend.

Alex Bukvich- Innovative Weather ##
ConditionsSunny with brisk winds, and bitter cold. Wind Chill -5 to -15F.Some of the coldest temps al season. Clear & calm. Wind Chill: 10 to -30F.Still very cold, partly cloudy, and turning breezy late. Wind Chill -5 to -15F.
Temp9-11 inland, -3 lakeside15
WindNW 5-15mphNW 5-15mphSW 10-20mph, Gusts 20-30mph
ConditionsBriefly more seasonal and breezy. Hit or miss snow chances later in the day.Drying out early, and partly cloudy. Cooling down again. Wind Chill 0 to -10F.Partly cloudy, dry, but again rathe chilly.

Feels Like-5°F-16°F-6°F
Relative Humidity52%65%57%
Barometric Pressure30 inHg30 inHg30 inHg
WindsNorthwest 10 mphNorthwest 11 mphNorthwest 8 mph
Visibility10 Miles10 Miles10 Miles

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