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Cold front to bring rain, wind, & then much colder conditions

MADISON (WKOW) – Our mild, dry stretch will come to an end soon, replaced by first rain and then a big cool down.

Clouds begin to increase keeping temps milder in the low 50s.

Partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies with a low pressure system moving in from the northwest.

A couple isolated showers will develop late-day, mainly west with light to moderate showers overspreading the area later in the evening and at night.

Temps stay mild one final day in the upper 60s and low 70s.

Expect widespread rain, with a half inch to an inch expected. Flooding issues shouldn’t worsen, thanks to drier weather earlier in the week.

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Skies stay cloudy & temps fall through the day, beginning around 60° & ending up in the upper 40s by late-day.

On the back side of the system, temps continue to tumble. Wind chills by Saturday morning will be in the 20s with frost possible. By the afternoon, wind chills stay in the 30s with actual temps only getting to the 40s.

The end of the weekend still looks blustery & will feel like late fall. Temps stay cold in the 40s.

Bob Lindmeier

Chief meteorologist, WKOW

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