This afternoon will be mostly cloudy and breezy with
scattered rain showers developing as a storm system
moves into the area. High temperatures will climb
to the lower 40s. Tonight will be mostly cloudy and
breezy with rain showers continuing. The precipitation
may mix with freezing rain and snow well north of
Madison. Low temperatures will fall to the middle
30s in Madison, but will be colder to the north. Wednesday
will be mostly cloudy with any mixed precipitation
changing to rain showers. High temperatures will reach
the lower 40s. The rain may mix with snow Wednesday
night before coming to an end.
Dry weather should return for Thanksgiving Day. Thursday
will be variably cloudy with high temperatures in
the middle 40s. A weak weather system will pass through
Wisconsin starting later Thursday night with mostly
cloudy skies and light snow showers. Light snow or
flurries will continue into Friday, but may mix with
light rain before ending
in the afternoon. High temperatures
on Friday will reach the upper 30s to near 40 degrees.
There could be some minor snow accumulations on Friday
For the weekend, Saturday will be partly sunny and
pleasant with high temperatures in the middle 40s.
A strong storm system will affect much of the Midwest
on Sunday and Monday of next week. Sunday will be
mostly cloudy and windy with rain showers developing.
High temperatures will reach the middle 40s.
The rain will continue on Monday, but may mix with
or change to snow late in the day. High temperatures
on Monday will be in the lower 40s, but temperatures
should hold steady or fall a bit in the afternoon.
Tuesday will be mostly cloudy and cooler with a chance
of light snow and highs in the upper 30s. Wednesday
will be partly sunny and cool with highs in the middle
to upper 30s.