MADISON (WKOW) - Seasonally cold air is on the way, but it won't last long.
High pressure settles in from Canada bringing back colder conditions. Temps dip to the upper single digits with wind chills at or below zero.
Wind chills will be around zero early and only rebound to the teens. Actual temps will approach 20° in the afternoon.
A warm front moves through ahead of a low pressure system that will bring light rain showers by late-day and overnight.
Highs will be much warmer in the mid 40s, despite mostly cloudy skies.
Clouds stick around Friday with cooler temps in the low to mid 30s. A strong low pressure system develops and passes south of the area.
If it moves close enough to our region, we could see snow showers Friday night.
The highest chance of that will be towards the Illinois border and southeastern Wisconsin.
Stay tuned as we update the forecast!