MADISON (WKOW) – Much calmer for Thanksgiving before another winter storm slams the Upper Midwest this weekend.
Our storm system develops from the south, possibly giving way to a few flurries or a little light snow late at night and very early Friday.
The end of the week looks mainly dry with temps in the mid to upper 30s again, but a light mix will develop later in the day.
Highest chance at this point looks to be in the evening hours. The storm will begin to move in, but we’ll likely initially be too dry at ground level.
Widespread rain will impact your weekend across southern Wisconsin. Farther north in our viewing area, a mix will be possible.
Temps stay seasonal in the upper 30s to near 40°, but it’ll be breezy as well, so wind chills will likely be colder.
As we get on the back side of the system, we filter in cooler air and transition to a light mix. With the breezy set up sticking around, visibility will drop.
NEXT WORK WEEK
A quieter, brighter trend heading back to work with highs in the 30s and lows in the 20s. Full forecast here.