Sunday will be cloudy, windy, and colder with snow
tapering off late in the day. Total snowfall amounts
will be 3-6" for areas north of Madison and 6-10"
for areas south of Madison. High temperatures will
start out near 20 degrees, but should fall through
the teens in the afternoon.
By Monday, very cold weather will return to Wisconsin.
Skies will be partly sunny, but it will be quite cold.
Wind chills may be as cold as -5 to -15 early Monday
morning with low temperatures starting in the lower
single digits. High temperatures will only make it
to the mid to upper teens.
Two fast moving weather systems will then move through
the area Monday night and Tuesday afternoon, bringing
light snow and a brief moderation in temperatures.
High temperatures on Tuesday will be in the lower
to middle 20s. Any flurries will end by Wednesday
morning, but it will be breezy and turning colder
again with highs in the mid teens and temperatures
falling in the afternoon.
Thursday will be partly sunny, but very cold with
low temperatures in the single digits below zero and
high temperatures in the middle teens. Wind chills
will be as cold as -20 Thursday morning. Friday will
be partly sunny, breezy and not as cold with high
temperatures reaching the lower to middle 20s.
For next weekend, Saturday will be breezy and milder
with high temperatures jumping into the lower to middle
30s. Skies will be mostly cloudy with a chance for
rain and snow showers. Sunday will be variably cloudy
and seasonably cool with another chance of rain and
snow showers and high temperatures near 30 degrees.