MADISON (WKOW) - It was the third coldest Valentine's Day on record yesterday.
Yesterday was also the first time we've fallen below zero this season. On average, we fall below zero 14 times through this late in winter.
Today temperatures rebound significantly. High-pressure shifts into the Ohio River Valley. Winds go clockwise around highs and will shift from the SW.
It'll be breezy with winds around 10-15 mph, but because of the direction, it'll boost highs to the mid-30s under partly sunny skies with a few flurries or light snow, mainly southeast of Dane county.
We stay mild with partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies and highs in the mid-30s.
A snow mix develops late Sunday night into Monday.
As temps warm along a warm front moving into our area, precipitation will transition to a rain mix with highs in the mid 30s.
Mostly cloudy skies on the backside of our departing weather system with temps in the 20s.
Another high-pressure system drifts in from Canada causing more cold air to move in with lows in the single digits and highs around 20°.