Dangerous cold continues for the next 2 days
We're waking up to wind chills of -25° to -35° across southeast Wisconsin on this Valentine's Day with actual air temperatures in the single digits below-zero lakeside and teens below-zero inland.
Wind chills will improve slightly to -15° this afternoon as actual air temperatures only climb to or a few degrees above zero.
We'll have more clouds around the area tonight, which should prevent temperatures and wind chills from getting as cold as this morning. However, it'll still feel brutally cold Monday morning with feels like temps between -20° and -30°.
With no real break from the brutal cold, the Wind Chill Advisory has been extended through Noon Monday.
After we get through the next 48 hours, temperatures will finally begin to moderate (slowly, but surely).
Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather App to track the cold and to see when there may be some snow this week.