National Weather Service issues Wind Chill Advisory for Christmas Day

Randolph Lopez
December 26, 2017

In Jo Daviess, Carroll, and Jackson county wind chill values could get 20 below!

A wind chill advisory means cold air and wind will combine to create low wind chills. Expect wind chills to range from 20 below zero to 30 below zero in portions of west central Wisconsin and central, east central, south central, southeast and west central Minnesota. New snow accumulation of less than one inch possible.

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Bundle up tonight and early tomorrow morning, wind chills dip to -5º! "All of the wind chill advisories continue through the day Tuesday", according to the National Weather Service. Wind chills near or below 0° for much of the day. Although we'll see some sunshine Wednesday, it will stay bitter with highs only in the upper teens to near 20, dropping to near 10 Wednesday night.

While snow potential lessens during the evening, Tuesday morning looks to be extremely cold. Some light snow will pass through, and a few snow showers are possible on Friday as well. Watch ABC17 News for the newest forecast and timing of snow chances through the week and check back here for updates.

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