A weak weather disturbance will move through southern Wisconsin today with mostly cloudy skies and a slight chance for flurries this morning. It will be a little colder with high temperatures reaching the middle 20s. As skies gradually clear tonight, it will turn even colder with temperatures falling to the middle single digits by early Tuesday. Wind chills will be as cold as -5.
2014 will end on a cold note. Tuesday will be mostly sunny and colder with high temperatures only reaching the middle teens. Temperatures will fall to around zero Tuesday night, with wind chills as cold as -15 degrees. New Year's Eve Wednesday will be partly sunny, breezy, and very cold with high temperatures in the middle teens. Winds will die down in the evening, with temperatures falling to around 10 degrees by midnight as the new year begins. After midnight, temperatures may hold steady or slowly climb into New Year's Day. New Year's Day Thursday will be partly sunny and not as cold with high temperatures reaching the upper 20s.
A storm system will develop in the southern Plains on Friday, and head northeastward toward the Midwest for the weekend. Skies will become increasingly cloudy on Friday, and there is a chance for flurries or freezing drizzle in the afternoon as high temperatures reach the lower 30s. As the storm heads north on Saturday, a chance for rain or snow will develop. Saturday will become breezy with highs reaching the lower 30s. The storm will head east on Sunday with windy conditions and a chance for snow. Highs will reach the lower 30s, but temperatures will fall into the 20s in the afternoon.
Mostly cloudy and a little colder with a slight chance for flurries this morning
Wind: N 8-15 MPH
Mostly cloudy skies giving way to gradual clearing; colder
Wind: NNW 6-12 MPH; Wind Chills: +5 to -5 by morning
Mostly sunny and colder
Wind: NW 8-15 MPH
NEW YEAR’S EVE (WEDNESDAY):
Partly sunny, breezy, and very cold
Low: 0; Wind Chills: -5 to -15 in the morning
High: 16 (Midnight temperature near 10 degrees)
NEW YEAR’S DAY (THURSDAY):
Partly sunny and not as cold
Low: 8; temperatures nearly steady/slowly rising after midnight
Increasing cloudiness and not as cold with a chance for flurries and freezing drizzle in the afternoon and at night
Mostly cloudy, becoming breezy, and turning colder with a chance for rain or snow (mixed precipitation will change to snow at night)
Mostly cloudy, windy, and colder with a chance for snow
High: 31; temperatures nearly steady/slowly falling into the 20s in the afternoon