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Light freezing drizzle to rain today, snowstorm this weekend

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MADISON (WKOW) - A major winter storm will drop up to a foot of snow across parts of southern WI.

The daylight hours of Friday will be quiet with increasing clouds and cooler system on the back side of our first cold front dropping temps to the mid 30s.

A stronger storm system moves in from the Central Plains and by Friday night, snow will develop, especially farther south and east.

Along I-43, some icing is possible, but there is a chance this stays south of the border.

The elongated low pressure will continue to impact our region on Saturday too, with snow redeveloping from SE to NW, especially by the afternoon and evening.

Accumulations will range from around 6-12" from Madison to Janesville with a sharp cut off in totals just west of Madison. This means areas near Richland center to Platteville will be right on the edge of the storm.

The end of the weekend will be colder with temps in the low 20s and partly sunny skies. Another shot at a little light snow by Sunday night and early Monday.

John Zeigler


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