7 Day Forecast
Tonight will be mostly clear and bitterly cold. Temperatures will fall to the middle single digits above zero by late evening; overnight low temperatures will fall to between 5 and 10 degrees below zero with wind chills from -10 to -20 by morning.
Friday will be mostly sunny and very cold with high temperatures only reaching the middle teens. Friday night will be bitterly cold once again with low temperatures falling into the middle single digits below zero, but with light winds, wind chills should not be much of a factor.
Temperatures should moderate a little this weekend, but should still stay well below normal. Saturday will be partly sunny and not quite as cold with high temperatures near 20 degrees. Low pressure will develop in the southern Plains on Saturday and move toward the Midwest, bringing light snow or flurries to southern Wisconsin from late Saturday night through Sunday with minor accumulations possible. Highs will reach the middle 20s on Sunday.
Monday will be partly sunny and cold with high temperatures near 30 degrees. A strong area of low pressure will develop to our southwest, and move through or just north of southern Wisconsin on Tuesday. Skies will turn mostly cloudy on Monday night, and a mix of light snow, sleet, and freezing rain will develop, but will change to rain and isolated thunderstorms on Tuesday as temperatures climb above freezing early in the day, rising to near 40 degrees in the afternoon. A cold front will sweep through Wisconsin late in the day, causing temperatures fall again Tuesday evening, changing rain to a period of freezing rain and eventually back to snow before tapering to flurries overnight into early Wednesday morning.
Much colder air will continue to sweep through Wisconsin on Wednesday. It will be variably cloudy and windy with a chance for flurries. High temperatures will be near 20 degrees early Wednesday morning, but temperatures will fall through the teens during the day. Skies will turn mostly clear and it will turn bitterly cold on Wednesday night, with low temperatures falling to the middle single digits below zero and wind chills from -10 to -20. Thursday will be mostly sunny, but very cold with high temperatures in the middle teens. Temperatures will begin to moderate on Friday, with partly sunny skies and breezy conditions. High temperatures will climb back to the upper 20s.
Mostly clear and bitterly cold.
Wind: NW 5-10 MPH; Wind Chills: -10 to -20 by morning
Mostly sunny and very cold.
Wind: W/SW 6-12 MPH
Mostly clear and bitterly cold again.
Wind: Light and Variable
Partly sunny and not quite as cold (becoming mostly cloudy with a chance for snow late at night).
Wind: S 8-15 MPH
Mostly cloudy and cold with light snow and flurries; minor accumulations are possible.
Partly sunny and cold (becoming mostly cloudy with light snow, sleet, and freezing rain developing at night).
Mostly cloudy, breezy, and milder with mixed precipitation changing to rain; an isolated thunderstorm is possible. Rain changing briefly to freezing rain and then to snow in the evening, and tapering to flurries overnight.
Low: 28; temperatures nearly steady/slowly rising into the lower 30s by morning
Variable cloudiness, windy, and much colder with a chance for flurries (becoming mostly clear and bitterly cold overnight).
High: 20; temperatures nearly steady/slowly falling through the teens
Mostly sunny and very cold.
Low: -4; Wind Chills: -10 to -20 in the morning
Partly sunny, becoming breezy, and not as cold.
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY has been issued from midnight until 9 AM on Friday morning for a part of eastern Iowa, including the county of DELAWARE.
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY has been issued from 2 AM until 9 AM Friday morning for north-central and northeastern Illinois, including the counties of WINNEBAGO, BOONE, and McHENRY (this includes the Rockford and Chicago metropolitan areas).
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY has been issued from 3 AM until 9 AM Friday morning for extreme eastern Iowa and northwestern Illinois. In Iowa, this includes the county of DUBUQUE. In Illinois, this includes the counties of JO DAVIESS and STEPHENSON.
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