Electrical outlets in the United States run on a 110V or 120V AC. Most plugs are either two flat prongs or two flat and one round. Transformers and adapters for 220V appliances are available in hardware or electronics stores.
Let’s just say it doesn’t come up a whole lot in Wisconsin. Foreign visitors can reference the U.S.-Metric Conversion Table in the back of this guide for help with distance and temperature conversions.
All of Wisconsin falls on central standard time (CST), which is six hours earlier than Greenwich mean time. However, if you plan a trip north of the border into Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, you’ll enter eastern standard time, which is one hour ahead of CST.