Eau Claire, WI (WQOW) - Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday will be bitterly cold, but wind chills will not be considered "life-threatening." Warmer air is expected at the end of this week.
Temperatures will rise into the single digits below zero on Tuesday afternoon, and with lighter winds, wind chills will range from -15 to -30 degrees. Frostbite may still occur within a few minutes, so don't let your guard down quite yet! After morning lows near -20 degrees, the mercury will rise above zero on Wednesday with wind chills will ranging from 0 to -10 degrees.
A warm front is expected to slide through Wisconsin on Thursday, ushering in comfortable wintertime temperatures. Some snow is also possible as we transition into the weekend. More forecast details are available on the WQOW weather page and through the FREE WQOW weather app.
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