The current round of bitter cold temperatures will continue across Southern Wisconsin this morning with early morning temperatures in the 15 to 20 below zero range, with 5 to 10 below zero readings near Lake Michigan.
Winds will be very light or calm, so no wind chill advisories are in effect for southern Wisconsin, but you should still bundle up if going out this morning.
Here are maps showing the hourly wind chill values across southern Wisconsin, and all of Wisconsin:
All of Wisconsin
See the following map for the latest watches, warnings and advisories across the region:
The latest temperatures and wind chills from the Hourly Weather Roundup product are available as well (look in the remarks section for the wind chill value).
Remember to keep all exposed skin covered if going outdoors.
Here is the National Weather Service's Wind Chill Chart:
Highs today will range in the 9 above to 14 degrees above zero range. South to southwest winds should then bring more seasonable temperatures into the region for Wednesday into Thursday. Light snow is likely Wednesday, with amounts around 1 inch.
Winter Weather Summary Page
Hazardous Weather Outlook
NWS Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI