Yet another arctic boundary makes itself known across southeast Wisconsin

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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--It seems to be an open door policy with these arctic fronts.  It's like one after the other.  And the latest one has pushed through early Sunday.  So we can expect tumbling temps throughout the day.  We'll stay in the teens for most of the afternoon.  The wind chill numbers will be below zero.  We won't stop until we drop to around zero overnight.  The wind chill numbers will be between -20 and -10.  Monday looks to be the coldest day of the week with highs only around 10 and then we warm nicely to the 30s for most of the rest of the week.




As it stands now, I'm only looking at one chance of snow.  It looks to be Friday into Saturday.  Of course we'll keep our eyes on this one as we get closer.  But in the meantime, bundle up and limit your time outside.  Please check on the pets and elderly as well and make sure they have warm shelter.

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