Brrrr! Monday brings unusually cold weather; single-digit, sub-zero wind chills!

MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- BRRR! FOX6 Chief Meteorologist Vince Condella says it'll be a cold one this week -- with unusually cold weather in the forecast for the next four to five days.

We saw the first measurable snowfall of the season this weekend, and now it appears we'll see the first real cold of the season as we head into the work week.

Condella says temperatures will struggle to get into the 20s on Monday, November 17th -- with single-digit wind chills in the forecast for Monday during the day, and below zero wind chills for Monday night.

There are no major storms in the forecast for this week -- with the main story being the cold and the wind, and we'll see wind speeds increasing on Monday, and that's what will drive the wind chill.

Condella says we could see a zero-degree wind chill around 5:00 p.m. Monday.

As for snow, Condella says we could see a few snow showers on Monday -- especially during the afternoon, and the next opportunity for snow comes Wednesday, when we could see light snow.

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