Although the frigid temperatures brought shivers across the region, they also created a beautiful phenomenon Wednesday morning called sundogs.
Wellness Wednesday: As we start to see more cold temperatures, experts are stressing the importance of getting your car ready for winter
The weather has been damp, dreary and cold but hang in there. The weekend is approaching and the weather looks like it'll be cooperating. High pressure will bring generally clear skies with high temperatures near 60 on Saturday and the low/mid 60's on Sunday.
Snow tapers off this evening but roads may remain at least partially snow covered for hours. Temperatures will stay below freezing, so there may also be icy spots. Use caution when traveling tonight. #kwwlwx #iawx
Who is ready for the weekend? It'll be cold, but not awful with plenty of sun. Temperatures will be a struggle, especially Saturday and Sunday morning. But, enjoy the sun, right?
Winding down the day! Here are your 8 pm temperatures from the FOX8 MAX Weather Center:
"Oh my God. Oh my God. I'm shaking." This Milwaukee bus driver went above the call of duty when she stopped and ran out to scoop up a baby girl, barefoot in freezing temperatures, who was quickly walking toward an intersection
Weather looking good, clearing rapidly and temperatures going down fast. See you in 45 minutes, 6:30 to 7:00 P.M. at Lincoln Memorial!
"Oh my God. Oh my God. I'm shaking." This Milwaukee bus driver went above the call of duty when she stopped and ran out to scoop up a baby girl who was wandering barefoot on a freeway overpass in freezing temperatures, and approaching an intersection
If you see a homeless person trying to sleep rough in tonight's freezing temperatures, you're urged to ring these emergency numbers: In Manchester 0161 2345339, in Liverpool 0300 1232041. Outreach teams say it could save someone's life.