It's the January that just won't quit.
Another blast of arctic air is settling into southeastern Wisconsin for an extended stay. Monday's high is predicted to be -8 degrees, according to the National Weather Service office in Sullivan. With wind chills, though, the temperature will feel more like -30 to -35 degrees, and a blustery west wind with gusts up to 30 mph, will cause blowing and drifting snow.
Tuesday's high is only slightly better at -2, but Wednesday will be sunny and relatively warmer, with a predicted high of 14 degrees, followed by—you guessed it—a 40 percent chance of snow on Thursday.
The bitter cold is prompting area schools and businesses to close on Monday and, in some cases, Tuesday.
A number of schools and other organizations closed three weeks ago after a similar cold snap.