7 Day Forecast

Published On: Dec 24 2013 06:41:44 PM CST   Updated On: Jan 26 2015 04:00:57 AM CST
Haddie McLean

Skies will become mostly cloudy early this morning with temperatures starting out near 10 degrees above zero.  Another fast-moving low pressure system will move out of the northwest today, bringing light snow showers and patchy freezing drizzle to southern Wisconsin. Minor snow accumulations up to 2" will be possible across southern Wisconsin with the highest amounts northwest of Dane county. High temperatures will reach the middle 20s. The chance for light snow will continue into tonight, and may be mixed with some patchy freezing drizzle. Temperatures will fall into the lower 20s by early Tuesday morning. 

Another surge of milder weather will arrive for the middle of the week. Skies will become partly sunny on Tuesday with high temperatures reaching the lower to middle 30s. Wednesday will be partly sunny, breezy, and milder with high temperatures in the upper 30s. One area of low pressure from the northwest and another from the southwest will merge over Wisconsin on Wednesday night. Light rain and snow showers will develop, but will change to light snow late Wednesday night as temperatures fall below freezing. Any lingering snow showers will taper to flurries on Thursday. Temperatures on Thursday will reach the lower to middle 30s in the morning, but will fall in the afternoon. Friday will be partly sunny and colder with high temperatures back in the middle 20s.

The weekend will bring some light snow and flurry chances. Light snow will develop Friday night into Saturday, and flurries are possible Sunday. Weekend highs will only reach the lower 20s. 

***Winter Weather Advisory for Vernon county from 5 AM until Noon***
TODAY:

Becoming mostly cloudy with light snow developing, possibly mixed with patchy freezing drizzle this afternoon; snow accumulations up to 2” are possible (highest amounts NW of Dane county)
High: 27
Wind: S 8-15 MPH

TONIGHT:
Mostly cloudy with light snow or flurries, possibly mixed with patchy freezing drizzle; little or no additional accumulation
Low: 23
Wind: S to NW 5-10 MPH

TUESDAY:
Becoming partly sunny and not as cold
High: 33
Wind: N 8-15 MPH

WEDNESDAY:
Partly sunny, breezy, and milder (mostly cloudy at night with rain and snow showers changing to light snow late at night)
Low: 22
High: 36

THURSDAY:
Mostly cloudy, breezy, and turning colder with any lingering snow showers tapering to flurries
Low: 30
High: 32; temperatures nearly steady/slowly falling in the afternoon

FRIDAY:
Partly sunny and colder (becoming mostly cloudy with snow developing at night)
Low: 15
High: 26

SATURDAY:
Mostly cloudy, breezy, and cold with light snow or flurries
Low: 13
High: 25

SUNDAY:
Variable cloudiness, breezy, and cold with a chance for flurries
Low: 7
High: 23

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