Below Zero Temps Precede More Snow

1/20/12 – It’s well below zero in most of Wisconsin this morning – but unlike yesterday, folks are not battling dangerous wind chills. It was 25-below in Tomahawk at 7am, but the air was calm there. As of 7am, it was -3 in Beaver Dam, while Watertown, Waupun and Cambria were all at 1-below. Mineral Point was the state’s warm spot at plus-three. Meanwhile, we are under a winter weather advisory beginning at 9am through 7pm tonight. We are expecting the snow to start falling later this morning with a total of between 3 and six inches by the time the storm moves out. The upper-30’s will return to southeast Wisconsin on Sunday – and there’s a chance for freezing rain in the south on Sunday and Monday.