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Record cold tonight and tomorrow

and last updated 2019-11-11 19:25:19-05

More snow, and now another chance for record cold temperatures over the next 36 hours. The snow finally tapered off early this afternoon with 3.8” in Milwaukee, 5.8” in Wind Point, and 2” in Beaver Dam. The clouds started to clear out before sunset, and with afternoon temps in the teens, and wind chills near 0 all day, you know it is going to be a cold night. Inland areas will drop into the single digits with wind chills near -10. Milwaukee will wake up to 10 degrees... the record is 9 from 1986. Wind chills in Milwaukee will be 0 to -5 with the brisk NW wind. Tuesday is sunny, but it is breezy and frigid all day with highs struggling to get out of the teens. The record coldest high temperature is 23…we will easily break that! The wind chill will be in the single digits all day.

Tuesday night will be cold as well with temps dropping into the single digits…Milwaukee’s record is 5 and should be safe. Clouds increase on Wednesday with temps in the mid to upper 20s. It will be windy with a SW wind gusting to 30 mph, and snow will develop by late afternoon. Another 1-2” of snow is expected by the evening commute creating long drive times and headaches. The sun returns on Thursday with highs near freezing, and Friday is sunny and in the mid 30s. The streak of sunshine continues through the weekend, with highs getting into the lower 40s..a November thaw.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear, breezy and very cold
Low: 10 Milwaukee…5 Inland
Milwaukee’s Record: 9 1986
Wind: NW 10-20 mph
Wind chills 0 to -10

TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, breezy and record cold
High: 20 Record is 23
Wind: NW 10-20 mph
Wind chills in single digits

WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, windy and cold with afternoon snow 1-2”
High: 37
Wind: SW 15-30 mph

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and cold
High: 32
Wind: NW 5-10 mph

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and cold
High: 35
Wind: NW 5-10 mph

SATURDAY: Mostly sunny and a little warmer
High: 37

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