A slow-moving area of low pressure will move in our direction for the start of the work week. Early this morning an areas of light freezing rain, sleet, or snow will move through southern Wisconsin. Patchy slick spots could develop on the roadways, especially on untreated roads, bridges, and sidewalks. Temperatures will fall start in the lower 30s. Skies will be mostly cloudy today as the weather system continues to approach from the southwest. This afternoon, temperatures will warm enough for some rain showers to develop. High temperatures will be near 40 degrees. Rain may mix with snow late tonight.
Light snow and rain showers will remain possible Tuesday. Winds will be breezy and highs will reach the upper 30s. Any lingering flurries will come to an end Wednesday morning. Skies will become partly sunny Wednesday afternoon with highs reaching the upper 30s.
The remainder of the work week looks very quiet with mostly sunny skies and warming temperatures. Highs will reach the lower 40s Thursday, and the middle 40s Friday.
Pleasant weather will continue for the weekend with partly sunny skies each day. Highs will reach the middle to upper 40s Saturday, and the middle 40s Sunday. Winds will be a bit breezy Saturday.
***Winter Weather Advisory until 9 AM for Juneau, Adams, Vernon, Crawford, Richland, and Grant counties***
Mostly cloudy and becoming breezy with light freezing rain, sleet, and snow in the morning; then rain showers in the afternoon
Wind: E increasing to 10-20 MPH
Mostly cloudy with rain showers, possibly mixing with snow late
Wind: SE 8-15 MPH
Mostly cloudy, breezy, and a little colder with a chance for light snow and rain showers
Wind: SW 10-20 MPH
Mostly cloudy with a chance for a few flurries, mainly in the morning
Mostly sunny and pleasant
Mostly sunny and milder
Partly sunny, breezy, and very mild
Partly sunny and not quite as mild