More snow, then cold

Snow Cold

Another round of snow is on track for Wednesday afternoon and night, with 1-3 inches expected and higher snowfall amounts in southwest Wisconsin.

Temperatures will also plummet Wednesday night.

By sunrise Thursday, wind chills will be in the -10 to -30 degree range.

The cold will continue through Thursday and Thursday night.



  • Up to 1 inch of snow west of the Mississippi River, with 1-2 inches of snow east of the Mississippi River.  
  • Northwest winds of 20-25 mph with gusts up to 35 mph will likely lead to areas of blowing and drifting snow, especially in the open unsheltered areas of southeast Minnesota and northeast Iowa. 
  • Bitterly cold wind chills ranging from -10 to -35 degrees at times, coldest west of the Mississippi River.
  • Winter weather and wind chill headlines may be needed.


  • Snow and blowing snow - Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday night.
  • Bitter cold - Wednesday night through Friday morning.


  • Light snow - High
  • Blowing and drifting snow - Moderate
  • Bitterly cold wind chills - High


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