UNDATED (WHBL) - Today is the first day of spring. But Wisconsinites are still chattering their teeth and shivering in their coats, as wind chills plunged into the minus-teens overnight. Medford had the state’s coldest wind chill as of six this morning, at 14-below. Winds have died down from yesterday, but they’re still in the 10-to-20-mile-an-hour range. Gusts hit 52 yesterday in Sheboygan, and 47 in Kenosha. In Madison, strong winds created snow drifts up to 20-feet on the west edge of town. It snowed heavily yesterday close to Lake Superior. A winter storm warning remains in effect until seven tonight for Bayfield, Ashland, and Iron counties. Five-to-12 inches are predicted in the two-day storm, with visibilities down to a quarter-mile. A new round of snow showers is also expected in other parts of Wisconsin today. Some places won’t see 20 degrees, on a day when the average high in Madison is in the mid-40’s.