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Another round of bitter cold air is on the way. This one won't be as long as the cold temps we had Monday and Tuesday, but it could be even colder. A wind chill advisory has already been issued for all of southeast Wisconsin from 11 PM Thursday night to Noon on Friday.
Temperatures on Thursday will be similar to Wednesday in the middle 20s with wind chills during the day hanging out in the upper single digits or low tens. Watch out for a quick drop in temps and wind chills Thursday evening as temps drop quickly into the teens and single digits with wind chills down near or below-zero by dinner time.
By Friday morning wind chills could get down to -30* in many locations thanks to below-zero air temps and a decent breeze out of the NW to 20 mph. Wind chills will likely stay below-zero all day Friday into Saturday morning before starting to rebound a little.
Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather app to track the dangerous cold.