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updated 12:21 PM CDT, Sep 23, 2014

Bitter Cold Continues

  • Written by Bob Gabrielson
  • Published in News

(12/30/13) It continues to be the coldest day of the year in Wisconsin.  The mercury was still below zero at mid-afternoon as far south as Viroqua and Watertown.

 Several cities were at five-below, and Marshfield was the southern-most place in that group.  Milwaukee was the warm spot at seven above.  Winds were relatively light, so wind chill factors were not a problem.  The actual temperature got down to 28-below in parts of northern Wisconsin early today.  The National Weather Service says a high pressure system that delivered the Arctic cold is moving to our east, so it won't be as cold tonight.  It's supposed to be partly-to-mostly cloudy this evening, with a new chance of light snow as another low pressure system gets closer to Wisconsin.  Overnight lows are expected to be 4-to-10 below.   During the day on New Year's Eve, there's a continued chance of light snow -- but it's supposed to remain cold, with highs of zero-to-eight above statewide.

47°F

Black River Falls

Fair

Humidity: 100%

Wind: 0 mph

  • 23 Sep 2014 74°F 50°F
  • 24 Sep 2014 71°F 52°F