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Chilly, breezy, and calm trend ahead with storm shifting south

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SLIDESHOW: Sunday morning American GFS computer model snap shot showing snow totals through Wednesday
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SLIDESHOW: Sunday afternoon American GFS computer model snap shot showing snow totals through Wednesday
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SLIDESHOW: Sunday evening American GFS computer model snap shot showing snow totals through Wednesday
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SLIDESHOW: Monday morning American GFS computer model snap shot showing snow totals through Wednesday
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SLIDESHOW: Monday afternoon American GFS computer model snap shot showing snow totals through Wednesday
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SLIDESHOW: Monday evening American GFS computer model snap shot showing snow totals through Wednesday

MADISON (WKOW) - The winter storm continues to move to our south and east, bringing snow to areas of the Midwest.

WHY IT MISSED US?
A secondary low pressure system developing over the Central Plains has pushed our main low farther east and south causing all the precipitation to shift.

Two areas of low pressure interacting with each other

Here's a look at the American GFS computer snapshot of snow totals ending late-day Wednesday.

As the computer model updated through the day, you can see the bullseye of high snow totals consistently moving south. (See slideshow at the top of the article.)

Confidence is now high that our trend is dry and cooler.

WEDNESDAY
Mostly cloudy and breezy, winds will pick up from the north around 10-15 mph as the system passes to our south. Temperatures in the high 20's, but will feel cooler.

THURSDAY
A high pressure system moves in, bringing clear and calm conditions. Although, it will be chilly. Temperatures will be below average for this time of year. Highs in the mid-20's.

FRIDAY
The sun will peak through throughout the day. A few flurries are possible. It will remain chilly, with high temperatures in the mid-20's.

Max Tsaparis

Wake Up Wisconsin Meteorologist

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