The snow is over in most of Wisconsin, and now the cold will move in - at least for tonight. The National Weather Service says it will get down to 17-below in the counties near Lake Superior, not including the wind-chill.
Places as far south as Dodgeville could get close to zero. But Lake Michigan will protect folks in the eastern Wisconsin, where tonight's lows might not get below the teens. Daytime highs are supposed to warm up to the 20's statewide, at least through the weekend. The only exception could be tomorrow, where highs in the teens are expected in the north.
Meanwhile, folks in southern Wisconsin have a lot of snow to clean up today. Over 13 inches fell in Kenosha - and Racine and Pewaukee had 11-and-a-half. Blowing snow and lake effect snow are expected to continue until late this morning in southeast Wisconsin.