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Major storm bringing up to a foot of snow and dangerously frigid temps

A major winter storm could drop a foot of snow across southeastern Wisconsin Sunday and Monday, ushering in a dangerously frigid mass of arctic air that is expected to plunge temperatures well below zero Tuesday through Friday morning, according to the National Weather Service in Sullivan.

Wind chills of 35 to 50 degrees below zero are also possible, making even quick trips to the supermarket potentially hazardous, meteorologist Ben Miller of the National Weather Service in Sullivan said Friday.

"If for whatever reason, your car slides into ditch, you have car trouble, bad things can happen," Miller said.

"If you're not properly dressed in warm clothing and you get caught outside, you can put yourself in a pinch pretty easy."

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