MILWAUKEE — For the past month, Milwaukee has been blanketed in thunderstorms that blanketed parts of the state with rain, snow, and sleet.
But it’s been a little chilly here.
It’s the coldest month of the year.
And, it’s only the third warmest month in the Milwaukee metro area.
Milwaukee has been particularly cold, averaging only a high of -25 degrees at one point this month, according to the National Weather Service.
That is the coldiest July and August in Milwaukee history, and the cold has been recorded in all parts of Wisconsin.
Milford has been the coldst of the cold, with only a low of -14 degrees.
Milk City has been at the top of the list with an average high of 32 degrees, with a low set at -25.8 degrees.
The city is only two degrees colder than the previous warmest July.
In addition to the cold weather, Milwaukee County has had its worst month ever.
On Wednesday, Milwaukee was in the middle of a snowstorm, and a small amount of rain fell in the area.
The rain has stopped, and snow is still falling in the city.
Milwaukie is in the bottom half of the worst months in the country for the number of days above freezing, according the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The coldest day of the month has been in September, when the average high temperature in the City of Spokane was -11 degrees.
In the suburbs, Milwaukee is at the bottom of the warmest months for the cities with the most days above zero.
That includes the area around the city of Milwaukee, where temperatures hit -7 degrees.
It also includes the suburbs surrounding the Milwaukee Zoo, where the average temperature was a low at -10 degrees.