Mild air will linger across southern Wisconsin on
Sunday. As a storm system lifts through Wisconsin,
skies will remain cloudy with steadier rain developing,
especially in the afternoon. High temperatures will
be near 50.
As a cold front sweeps through southern Wisconsin
on Sunday night, rain may mix with snow toward morning
for areas west of Madison. On Monday, mostly cloudy,
windy, and colder weather will move into Wisconsin
on the back side of the departing low pressure system,
with rain showers mixing with and then changing to
light snow and flurries. Temperatures will top out
in the middle 30s early on Monday, and then fall through
the 30s during the day. Snow accumulations of 1-3"
are possible from Monday into Monday night.
Tuesday will be partly sunny and cooler with highs
near 30. Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with light
snow and flurries moving in again with some light
accumulation possible and highs remaining near 30.
Thanksgiving Day may start with a few flurries, but
otherwise it will be partly sunny, breezy and cooler
with highs in the mid 20s. Friday will be partly sunny
and still unseasonably cold with highs remaining in
the mid 20s.
A warm-up will take place next weekend with mostly
sunny skies and highs near 30 for Saturday and increased
cloudiness, breezy conditions, a chance of rain and
snow showers and highs near 40 on Sunday.