Alert Days have been added to the forecast for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of next week. A weather system moving through Wisconsin will bring light snow, with a general one to three inches of accumulation expected by afternoon. Behind the snow, skies will clear out Monday night and should remain clear through Wednesday. Coupled with the fresh snow cover, bitterly cold temperatures are expected for Tuesday and Wednesday. Low temperatures will drop below zero on Tuesday morning, with wind chills of 10 to 20 below zero possible. Wednesday morning will be even colder with actual low temperatures around 10 below zero, but wind will be lighter, still enough to drop wind chills from 10 to 20 below zero. High temperatures on both Tuesday and Wednesday will only be around 10 above zero, while wind chills remain near or below zero for much of the day, especially Tuesday.

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A winter weather advisory has been issued for Crawford and Grant counties until Sunday morning at 3 am.

 

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This afternoon will be variably cloudy, breezy, and cold; high temperatures will be in the lower 20s in the morning with temperatures remaining nearly steady through the afternoon. Tonight will be mostly cloudy with a period of light snow and flurries; minor accumulations of an inch or two are possible by Sunday morning, heavier bands of snow mainly southwest of Madison. The snow will end and skies will clear out toward morning allowing low temperatures to fall to the lower single digits above zero, although wind chills will be from -5 to 15 by morning.  Sunday will be mostly sunny and colder with high temperatures in the lower teens.

Another weather system will bring snow again from Sunday night into Monday. Monday will be mostly cloudy, breezy, and not as cold with high temperatures in the upper 20s. Light snow is likely, mainly in the morning; minor accumulations of one to three inches are possible through much of southern Wisconsin. At this time, the heaviest snowfall should fall over central Wisconsin, where three to five inches of snow are possible. The snow will change to flurries and end late in the day.

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Skies will clear out Monday night, and bitterly cold weather will arrive on Tuesday and Wednesday. Low temperatures will drop to just below zero on Tuesday morning with wind chills from 10 to 20 below zero, while high temperatures will be in the upper single digits under mostly sunny skies. Wind chills should remain near or below zero through the day. Low temperatures by Wednesday morning will be even colder, around 10 below zero with wind chills from 10 to 20 degrees below zero. Skies will be mostly sunny on Wednesday with high temperatures around 10 degrees, and daytime wind chills near zero.

Skies will be partly sunny on Thursday and it won’t be as cold; low temperatures will be around zero, but high temperatures will be in the middle 20s. Skies will become mostly cloudy on Thursday night with a chance of flurries developing. Friday will be variably cloudy with a chance of flurries; high temperatures will be in the middle 20s.

For next weekend, Saturday will be partly sunny and seasonably cold; high temperatures will be in the middle 20s. Sunday will be variably cloudy with a chance of flurries; high temperatures remain in the middle 20s.

Monday of the following week will be variably cloudy, breezy, and a little colder with a chance of flurries; high temperatures will be in the lower 20s. Tuesday a system will move in bringing a chance of light snow to the area. High temperatures will be in the lower 20s.

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THIS AFTERNOON:
Variable cloudiness, breezy, and cold.
High: 21 in the morning; nearly steady temperatures through the day
Wind: W/NW 10-20 MPH

TONIGHT:
Mostly cloudy and colder with light snow; minor accumulations of an inch or two are possible by morning, heavier amounts mainly southwest of Madison.
Low: 3; Wind Chills: -5 to -15 by morning
Wind: W to N 6-12 MPH

SUNDAY:
Mostly sunny and colder.
High: 13: Wind Chills: 0 to -10
Wind: NW 6-12 MPH

SUNDAY NIGHT:
Becoming mostly cloudy and very cold with light snow developing in the evening.
Low: 7 in the evening; nearly steady/slowly rising temperatures through the teens overnight
Wind Chills: 0 to -5 by morning.
Wind: SW 8-15 MPH

MONDAY:
Mostly cloudy, breezy, and not as cold with light snow, mainly in the morning; minor accumulations of one to three inches are possible.
High: 27
Wind: SW to N 10-20 MPH

TUESDAY:
Mostly sunny and bitterly cold.
Low: -1; Wind Chills: -10 to -20 in the morning
High: 9; Wind Chills: 0 to -10 during the day

WEDNESDAY:
Mostly sunny and continued bitterly cold.
Low: -10; Wind Chills: -10 to -20 in the morning
High: 10

THURSDAY:
Partly sunny and not as cold (becoming mostly cloudy with a chance of flurries at night).
Low: 0
High: 25

FRIDAY:
Variable cloudiness with a chance of flurries.
Low: 12
High: 24

SATURDAY:
Partly sunny and seasonably cold.
Low: 10
High: 26

SUNDAY:
Variable cloudiness with a chance of flurries.
Low: 14
High: 26

MONDAY:
Variable cloudiness, breezy, and a little colder with a chance of flurries.
Low: 6
High: 20

TUESDAY:
Mostly cloudy and cold with a chance of light snow in the evening.
Low: 4
High: 22

 

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