Sub-Zero Chills Remain in Weather News This Week
By: Rebecca Schuld Facebook | Twitter
Posted: Feb 8, 2021 3:50 PM CDT
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We're stuck in a cold pattern.And we've finally felt our first sub-zero day of the season in Milwaukee. It came yesterday morning. Check out these brutal morning low temperatures: Did you know we actually average five days a year with temps dropping into negative territory? With any amount of wind, we've battled wind chills well below zero. And that's a trend that will continue over the next week. Here's a chart, courtesy of the National Weather Service. It shows the given wind chill when you combine temperature and wind. Go ahead and test a few different temperature and wind combinations to find various wind chills. It's fun!
Even for a few hours where we didn't drop below zero on the wind chill, it's been 91 hours with temperatures below the freezing mark. I think it's safe to say winter is in full force across the area!
I'm meteorologist Rebecca Schuld