An Alert Day is in the forecast for Tuesday morning. Occasional snow will develop overnight and continue into Tuesday morning before changing to rain on Tuesday afternoon. One to perhaps as much as four inches of a slushy wet snow accumulation could lead to travel issues until the snow begins to melt with the changeover to rain.
Skies will become mostly cloudy tonight. Snow will develop around midnight and continue overnight with an inch or two of accumulation possible by morning. Low temperatures in the upper 20s will occur around midnight before temperatures hold nearly steady around 30 degrees overnight.
Tuesday will be mostly cloudy, breezy, and chilly with occasional snow in the morning gradually changing to rain in the afternoon. Snow accumulations of one to locally four inches are possible, with the heaviest totals more likely west and northwest of Madison. High temperatures will be around 40 degrees. Tuesday night will be mostly cloudy and not as cold with areas of fog and scattered rain showers; low temperatures will only fall a few degrees into the upper 30s. Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with areas of fog and scattered rain showers; high temperatures will be in the middle 40s.
Thanksgiving Day Thursday will be variably cloudy and pleasant; high temperatures will be in the middle 40s. Black Friday will be partly sunny and pleasant with high temperatures in the middle 40s.
For the rest of the holiday weekend, Saturday will be mostly sunny and Sunday will be partly sunny. High temperatures will be in the middle 40s on Saturday, while Sunday will be breezy with high temperatures in the lower 40s.
Next week will get off to a colder start. Monday will be partly sunny, breezy and colder; high temperatures will be in the middle 30s. Tuesday and Wednesday will be partly sunny and chilly with high temperatures will be in the middle 30s on Tuesday and in the upper 30s on Wednesday. Thursday will be partly sunny and not as chilly; high temperatures will be around 40 degrees.
***WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FROM 10 PM UNTIL NOON TUESDAY FOR AREAS WEST OF LONE ROCK***
***WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FROM MIDNIGHT UNTIL NOON TUESDAY FOR DANE COUNTY AND AREAS WEST TO LONE ROCK***
Becoming mostly cloudy and not quite as cold with occasional snow developing, especially after midnight.
Low: 29 around midnight; nearly steady temperatures around 30 degrees overnight
Wind: SE 5-10 MPH
Mostly cloudy, breezy and chilly with snow in the morning; snow gradually changing to rain in the afternoon. Snow accumulation of one to four inches likely with the heaviest totals more likely northwest of Madison.
Wind: SE 10-20 MPH
Mostly cloudy and not as cold with areas of fog and scattered rain showers.
Wind: S/SE 6-12 MPH
Mostly cloudy with areas of fog and scattered rain showers.
Wind: E/NE 5-10 MPH
THANKSGIVING DAY (THURSDAY):
Variable cloudiness and pleasant.
Partly sunny and continued pleasant.
Mostly sunny and pleasant.
Partly sunny and breezy.
Partly sunny, breezy and colder.
Partly sunny and chilly.
Partly sunny and continued chilly.
Mostly sunny and pleasant.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued from 10 PM this evening until 8 AM Tuesday morning for eastern Iowa and northwestern Illinois. In Iowa, this includes the counties of DELAWARE and DUBUQUE. In Illinois, this includes the counties of JO DAVIESS and STEPHENSON.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued from 10 PM this evening until noon Tuesday for northeastern Iowa, and west-central and southwestern Wisconsin. In Iowa, this includes the counties of ALLAMKEE and CLAYTON. In Wisconsin, this includes the counties of MONROE, JUNEAU, ADAMS, VERNON, RICHLAND, CRAWFORD, and GRANT (this includes the La Crosse metropolitan area).
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued from midnight until noon Tuesday for south-central and parts of east-central and southeastern Wisconsin including the counties of MARQUETTE, GREEN LAKE, SAUK, COLUMBIA, IOWA, DANE, LAFAYETTE, GREEN, and ROCK (this includes the Madison metropolitan area).
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued from 2 AM until 10 AM Tuesday morning for north-central and parts of northeastern Illinois, including the counties of WINNEBAGO, BOONE, and McHENRY (this includes the Rockford metropolitan area and the western and northwestern suburbs of Chicago).
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