*Arctic Air Dominates the Region*

Arctic air will stick around the region for one more night with widespread wind chill readings of 25 to 35 degrees below zero are expected through Wednesday morning.  If you must be outdoors, wear layers as well as a hat and gloves.  Frostbite can develop on exposed skin in as little at 30 minutes with wind chills this low.

Accumulating snow is expected on Thursday with totals ranging from around an inch across the north to around 3 inches for central and east-central Wisconsin.  Hazardous travel conditions are expected for much of the area.  Please allow for extra travel time and reduce your speed on Thursday.

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