Global Warming hits Wisconsin
Well, they said it would be cold. And it is.
Temperatures in the Chippewa Valley seem to have bottomed out at 7 a.m. Friday, when the thermometer dipped to -24 degrees. That makes Friday the coldest day of the winter, and it isn’t too far away from the day’s record low of -29, set in 1984.
The wind chill advisory issued by the National Weather Service was extended by an extra hour, to 10 a.m. Friday.While winds are mostly calm to no more than 5 mph, the wind chill factor is still into the -30 to -40 range.
Good thing we have global warming…otherwise it would be cold in Wisconsin.
- Double-digit below zero wind chills on way – Chicago Tribune (news.google.com)
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