MADISON, Wis. - Southern Wisconsin remains locked in a very cold pattern of weather and that doesn't look to change any time soon. Another snowstorm will move by to our south Tuesday night, which will drop 1 to 3 inches of snow by Wednesday morning, with the highest amounts being near the state border.
Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha counties could see 3 to 5 inches, while areas further north could see lesser amounts.
News 3 meteorologist Bob Lesh said once the snow moves by, very cold air will once again drop down from Canada, leading to lows near minus 10 degrees by Thursday morning and wind chills as cold as minus 30. A Wind Chill Advisory will likely be issued for Wednesday night into Thursday morning as a result.
Temperatures will remain colder than average through the weekend, with highs struggling to reach 20 degrees. There will be another chance of snow on Saturday as well.
Next week will start out cold again, with highs in the teens and lows dropping below zero, but we could see some slightly warmer air move in by mid-week.
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