SULLIVAN, WI (WTAQ) - Another round of frigid cold temperatures is forcing several school districts to plan for the possibility of canceling classes on Monday.
The National Weather Service in Sullivan is predicting a series of arctic fronts over the weekend, including Sunday night into Monday.
A spokesperson for the service says wind chills could dip between 20 to 40 degrees below zero in some locations. That's cold enough to cause frost bite on exposed skin within 20 minutes or less.
In addition to the schools, the Department of Natural Resources has already cancelled several events across the state, which can be viewed on their website at DNR.WI.GOV.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)