GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - The National Weather Service has issued wind chill warnings and advisories for most of Wisconsin from Thursday night through noon Friday.
Forecasters expect wind chills to hit 20 to 40-below zero throughout the Badger State. The Weather Service says Thursday night’s lows will drop to between 8 and 17-below – and it won’t get very much above zero Friday.
A slight warming trend is expected for the weekend, with highs in the teens along with a chance of light snow on Saturday and Sunday. Even warmer temperatures are due in Monday, with highs reaching the upper 20’s.
Meanwhile, folks are still digging out from Wednesday’s heavy snow – and totals continue to rise as the final numbers come in.
A station near Richland Center had the most, with 11.5 inches. Scandinavia and Coloma in central Wisconsin hit the 10 inch mark, along with New London near the Fox Valley. Hurley reported 10 inches Thursday morning, and the region was still getting lake effect snows.
Meanwhile, the Fox River in Kenosha County was over its flood stage Thursday morning at New Munster. Authorities say minor floods are expected, and a warning continues until further notice.
There’s also a flood warning for the Sheboygan River at Sheboygan. That river was also a couple inches above its flood stage late Thursday morning, with minor flooding predicted.