First Alert Weather Day: Arctic blast continues into Tuesday morning
Wind chill values as low as -35° are expected, which could lead to frostbite in a matter of minutes.
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - Bitterly cold temperatures and dangerous wind chills will continue into Tuesday, with windy and warmer conditions arriving throughout the late afternoon Tuesday and into Tuesday night.
A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for most of central Wisconsin throughout Tuesday morning, with steadily improving temperatures and wind chills arriving Tuesday afternoon. Wind chills Monday night into Tuesday morning may drop as low as -30°, before improving Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Try to limit your time outdoors these next two days. Don’t leave your pets outside for more than a brief time, as they too can develop frostbite and be adversely affected by the cold weather. Also, check on friends along with family to be sure they are staying warm and safe.
Milder weather with highs near 30 is expected by mid-week. The next chance for some more snowfall may arrive as early Friday afternoon this week, with a better chance for snowfall and accumulation Friday evening and again going into early next week.
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