MILWAUKEE — It's another day off for students in some Wisconsin schools due to the bitter cold.
The state's largest district, Milwaukee Public Schools, is closed for a second consecutive day on Friday. Other school districts are delaying the start of classes by a couple hours.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory for much of the state. Some relief from the bone-chilling cold is in sight. Forecasters say temperatures Sunday should make it into the 20s.