After a very cold start, this afternoon won't be quite as cold with partly sunny skies and highs reaching the upper 20s.  

As an area of low pressure moves near Wisconsin tonight, skies will become mostly cloudy, and it will be breezy and milder. Lows will occur early in the night, with temperatures rising near freezing by morning. Freezing drizzle and light freezing rain will move in tonight, but should change to drizzle or light rain early on Saturday as temperatures warm into the lower to middle 40s by Saturday afternoon. Fog will be possible Saturday night with warmer temperatures in the lower 40s and plenty of moisture. Mild air will linger across southern Wisconsin Sunday with rain becoming likely, especially in the afternoon. High temperatures will be near 50. 

On Monday, mostly cloudy, windy, and colder weather will move into Wisconsin on the back side of the departing low pressure system, with light rain showers mixing with and then changing to light snow and flurries. Temperatures will top out in the middle to upper 30s early on Monday, then fall through the 30s during the day. Some minor snow accumulation is possible from late Monday into Monday night. 

Flurries will end early Tuesday, and skies will gradually become partly sunny, but high temperatures will fall back near 30. Wednesday will be mostly cloudy and breezy with light snow showers and some light accumulation possible as well as highs in the upper 20s.

It will be partly sunny and still unseasonably cold on Thanksgiving as highs will be in the upper 20s again. Heading into next weekend, temperatures will moderate again, getting into the mid 30s on Friday and near 40 Saturday with partly sunny skies.

***Freezing Rain Advisory from 9 PM tonight until 8 AM Saturday for Grant, Crawford, and Richland counties***
***Freezing Rain Advisory from 11 PM tonight until 8 AM Saturday for Juneau and Adams counties***
***Freezing Rain Advisory from 11 PM tonight until 9 AM Saturday for Marquette, Green Lake, Iowa, Dane, Lafayette, Green, Sauk, Columbia and Rock counties***
***Freezing Rain Advisory from 1 AM until 10 AM Saturday for Dodge, Jefferson and Walworth counties***

THIS AFTERNOON:
Partly sunny and not as cold.
High: 28
Wind: S 8-15 MPH

TONIGHT:
Mostly cloudy, breezy and milder with freezing drizzle and light freezing rain (ice accumulations up to 0.1” are possible).
Low: 27 early, temperatures slowly rising into the lower 30s overnight
Wind: SW 10-20 MPH

SATURDAY:
Mostly cloudy and milder with scattered light rain and drizzle.
High: 46
Wind: SW 8-15 MPH

SATURDAY NIGHT:
Mostly cloudy, breezy and mild with scattered light rain showers and areas of fog.
Low: 42
Wind: S 10-20 MPH

SUNDAY:
Cloudy, breezy and mild with rain showers, heaviest in the afternoon (rain possibly mixing with snow overnight).
High: 49
Wind: S 10-20 MPH

MONDAY:
Cloudy, windy and becoming colder with light rain/snow mix changing to flurries (accumulations under 1” possible through Monday night).
Low: 34
High: 36; temperatures slowly falling during the day

TUESDAY:
Any flurries ending early, then becoming partly sunny and colder.
Low: 20
High: 30

WEDNESDAY:
Mostly cloudy and breezy with scattered light snow showers, some accumulation is possible.
Low: 16
High: 28

THANKSGIVING DAY (THURSDAY):
Partly sunny and unseasonably cold.
Low: 14
High: 27

FRIDAY:
Partly sunny and not as cold.
Low: 17
High: 34

SATURDAY:
Partly sunny and pleasant.
Low: 24
High: 41

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