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Extreme cold follows heavy snowfall

10:41 AM, Jan. 31, 2013
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The heavy snowfall that pummeled north central and northeast Wisconsin on Wednesday was just one more episode in a wacky weather series that Fox Valley residents have witnessed this week. Next on the line up: extreme cold.

Temperatures are expected to drop below zero Thursday night and into Friday morning with wind chills reaching -30 degrees. That's a huge contrast from Tuesday's taste of spring, when several layers were shed for 40-degree temps.

Temperatures are only expected to climb to 12 degrees Thursday, then drop to -8 degrees at night. Forecasts for Friday and Saturday show temps ...

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