It’s the coldest morning of the season in much of southern Wisconsin. Temperatures are in the teens throughout the Badger State for the most part.
But Burlington in Racine County had seven-above at seven o’clock. And Sparta in west central Wisconsin was the state’s cold spot at plus-three. Winds were either light or non-existent, so it’s not like there are any bone-rattling wind chills. The cold air moved in after yesterday’s clouds headed east. But the National Weather Service said another cold front will bring a chance of more snow to northern Wisconsin through tonight. Highs statewide are expected to be in the 20’s-and-30’s between now and Thursday. But a warm-up is predicted for Friday, and the mercury could hit 50 by Saturday in some areas.