Snow will gradually taper to snow showers or flurries tonight. Another 1-2" of snow is possible this evening, with total storm accumulations of 2-5". The heaviest amounts will be well north of Madison. Blowing snow is possible through tonight, especially in rural areas. Temperatures will fall into the upper teens by early Tuesday morning. 

Any lingering flurries will end early Tuesday, followed by skies becoming partly sunny for the afternoon. Highs will only reach the middle 20s. Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with a chance for light snow and flurries. Accumulations around an inch will be possible. Highs will reach the upper 20s.

Thanksgiving Day looks rather quiet with partly sunny skies. It will be chilly with highs only near 20 degrees. Friday will be mostly cloudy with a period of light snow, sleet, or freezing rain possible. Highs will reach the lower 30s.

Saturday will be breezy and not as cold with a little drizzle late in the day. Highs will reach the upper 30s. Sunday will be variably cloudy with a few flurries. Highs will be near 30 degrees. Next Monday will be partly sunny and seasonably cold with highs in the middle 30s.

***WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR DANE COUNTY AND AREAS TO THE WEST UNTIL MIDNIGHT***

***WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR AREAS EAST OF DANE COUNTY UNTIL 6 AM TUESDAY MORNING***

TONIGHT:
Mostly cloudy, breezy, and colder with snow tapering to snow showers and flurries; blowing snow is possible, especially in rural areas. Additional snow accumulation of 1-2" overnight, especially near Madison and areas to the northeast. Total storm accumulations of 2-5", with the heaviest amounts well north of Madison.
Low: 18
Wind: W/NW 10-20 MPH

TUESDAY:
Mostly cloudy with any flurries ending early, then becoming partly sunny and cold. 
High: 26
Wind: W 8-15 MPH

TUESDAY NIGHT:
Partly cloudy and a little colder; becoming mostly cloudy toward morning.
Low: 12
Wind: Light and Variable

WEDNESDAY:
Mostly cloudy and cold with light snow and flurries; minor accumulations of around 1" are possible.
High: 28
Wind: N/NE 6-12 MPH

THANKSGIVING DAY (THURSDAY):
Partly sunny and colder.
Low: 13
High: 20

FRIDAY:
Mostly cloudy, breezy, and not as cold with a period of light snow, sleet or freezing rain.
Low: 10; temperatures nearly steady/slowly rising through the teens overnight
High: 32

SATURDAY:
Mostly cloudy, breezy, and not as cold; a little drizzle is possible late in the day.
Low: 24
High: 39

SUNDAY:
Variable cloudiness, breezy, and turning colder with a few flurries possible.
Low: 25
High: 30

MONDAY:
Partly sunny and seasonably cold.
Low: 18
High: 35

NOTES:
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect until 6 PM for eastern Iowa, and northern-central and part of northeastern Illinois. In Iowa, this includes the county of DELAWARE. In Illinois, this includes the counties of WINNEBAGO, BOONE, and McHENRY (this includes the Rockford metropolitan area and the northern and western suburbs of Chicago).

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect until midnight early Tuesday morning for extreme eastern and northeastern Iowa, northwestern Illinois, and southwestern, west-central, east-central, and south-central Wisconsin. In Iowa, this includes the counties of ALLAMAKEE, CLAYTON, and DUBUQUE. In Illinois, this includes the counties of JO DAVIESS and STEPHENSON. In Wisconsin, this includes the counties of: MONROE, JUNEAU, ADAMS, MARQUETTE, GREEN LAKE, VERNON, RICHLAND, SAUK, COLUMBIA, CRAWFORD, IOWA, DANE, GRANT, LAFAYETTE, GREEN, and ROCK (this includes the La Crosse and Madison metropolitan areas).

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect until 6 AM Tuesday morning for southeastern Wisconsin including the counties of DODGE, JEFFERSON, and WALWORTH (this includes the Milwaukee metropolitan area).

 


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