Wind chill warning remains in effect

The National Weather Service still has a wind chill warning in effect for Kenosha County and much of the rest of Wisconsin.

The warning is set to be in effect until noon, Thursday.

Not a lot has changed in the details of the latest, local NWS forecast. Tuesday night should see a low of -25 and wind chill of -40 to -50. Wednesday should see a low of -26 with wind chill of -35 to -45, due to less wind.

Local schools have closed for Wednesday and Thursday. Many local businesses are also closing or modifying hours. It may be worth a phone call to see if an entity is open before venturing out.

Need a warming center? Info here.

Want to make sure your furnace is up to the challenge? Info here.

And by the way, how long will this cold snap last? High temperatures this weekend forecast for 35-40 degrees


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