Wisconsinites can finally step outside without being blown away. More than two days of windstorms ended late Wednesday night, and the air was actually calm at four a-m in Hayward and Rice Lake. But you still might want to wear your winter jacket, as overnight temperatures were generally in teens and 20s statewide — and the National Weather Service says it won’t get much warmer until at least Monday, when we might see 30 again with light snow on and off until then. Meanwhile, utilities are restoring power to tens of thousands of customers who lost it — as about eight-thousand outages remained as of four a-m, mainly in the Milwaukee region, plus central and northeast Wisconsin. Reports say thousands of pieces of garbage blew from landfills at Little Chute and Menomonee Falls to residents’ yards — and at least one dozen semitrucks tipped to their sides in the state Wednesday, as winds gusted up to 66 miles per hour at New London.