MADISON, Wis. - Bitterly cold temperatures will hit the area Tuesday and Wednesday, with a chance of one to three inches of snow Thursday.
Temperatures will drop wind chills from minus 25 to minus 30 Tuesday and Wednesday morning. Low temperatures will be below zero, and high temperatures will be in the single digits with wind chills to minus 15.
Tuesday will be mostly sunny and bitterly cold. High temperatures will only be in the middle single digits above zero, while wind chills stay from minus 15 to minus 12 through the day.
Wednesday will be mostly sunny and bitterly cold. Early morning low temperatures will again be near 10 below zero, and wind chills will be as cold as minus 15 to minus 25 degrees. High temperatures will only reach the upper single digits.
An approaching weather system will turn skies mostly cloudy on Wednesday night, with light snow developing toward early Thursday morning. Thursday will be mostly cloudy and very cold with occasional light snow; high temperatures will be in the middle teens.
There could be one to three inches of snow accumulation through Thursday night. Friday will be mostly cloudy and continued very cold with light snow or flurries, mainly in the afternoon. High temperatures will only reach the lower teens.
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