GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - It's not as cold today in northern Wisconsin, where 30-below wind chills were common the past couple mornings.
Rhinelander had the state's coldest wind chill at minus-21 at 7 a.m. Antigo was at minus-20, and most other Badger State locations had wind chills in the minus-teens.
Unlike Wednesday, the actual early morning temperatures did not drop below minus-10 in the north.
However, it did get a little colder in southern Wisconsin. It was in the single digits Thursday morning, after many parts of the south were in the teens early Wednesday.
Cloudy skies kept the mercury from plunging in the north.
Some places had light snow. Neillsville had one-inch overnight.
It's supposed to get a little warmer the next couple days, with highs in the single digits above zero in the northwest, to the 20's in the south.
All of Wisconsin could see 20-degrees on Saturday, with a new chance of snow through the weekend.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)