The records keep coming! A record low was set in Green Bay this morning, -24° which eclipsed the old mark of -10° set in 1950 and is the coldest temperature since February 4, 1996 and the second coldest temperature ever in March!
Wind chills will be below zero all day as temperatures rise to near 11 under mostly sunny skies. (This morning’s wind chill dropped to -37 in Green Bay)
Snow will develop Monday night into Tuesday morning with 1 to 2 inches of accumulation in most areas. Most of the snow will already be on the ground as you head to work and slippery roads may be a problem. Snow showers are possible tomorrow morning with up to an inch of additional accumulation possible.