Sunday will be mostly cloudy and windy with light
snow ending around noon, then some clearing is possible
in the afternoon. Snow accumulations of 1-2" inches
will be possible through Sunday morning, with the
heaviest amounts SW of Madison. High temperatures
will reach the lower 30s on Sunday morning before
holding steady or slowly falling in the afternoon.
On Monday, another fast-moving storm system will bring
mostly cloudy skies and a possibility of light snow
from late morning through the afternoon. Minor snow
accumulations are possible through Monday evening.
High temperatures will be near 30.
Another surge of milder weather will arrive for the
middle of next week. On Tuesday, skies will become
partly sunny and highs will rise into the mid to upper
30s. Wednesday will be partly sunny, breezy, and mild
with high temperatures rnear 40. It will turn mostly
cloudy on Wednesday night as a storm system passes
through, bringing rain and snow showers. On Thursday,
a cold front will sweep through Wisconsin, causing
rain and snow showers to change to flurries before
ending in the afternoon. High temperatures will reach
the middle 30s before falling in the afternoon. Friday
will be partly sunny and colder with high temperatures
dropping to the middle 20s.
Saturday will be breezy and colder with highs near
20 and another chance of snow as a system moves through
the Midwest. In the wake of the cold front from that
system, Sunday will be variably cloudy, breezy, and
bitterly cold with low temperatures just below zero
and wind chills from -10 to -20; high temperatures
on Sunday will only climb to around 10 degrees with
wind chills from 0 to -10 during the day.