From Storm Team 5…
WIND CHILL ADVISORY takes us through Sunday night until 10am Monday morning.
Tonight, skies stay mostly clear and temperatures will plummet as a result, dropping into the single digits below zero by the start of Monday morning. Wind chills will range from -15 to -25 degrees.
Monday will start very cold, accompanied by some sunshine. Clouds increase from west to east throughout the day as a weak disturbance shoves into the southern tier of Wisconsin. It’s possible some flurries or light snow showers could come about during the afternoon/evening hours, mainly south of Green Bay. High temperatures on Monday in the middle to upper teens.
Still cold and as we progress deeper into the week, with highs only topping out in the teens until next weekend. Another chance for accumulating snow showers will come about with an incoming snow system on Thursday night and Friday, however, models have been backing off with the snow potential. Be sure to stay tuned for updates.