MADISON (WKOW) - Temps slip heading towards the end of the month, but bounce back at the start of the next month.
Our departing low pressure system that brought snow to Illinois and Indiana will keep us mostly cloudy today with an isolated flurry or two possible.
A bit of a breeze is expected out of the north at 10-15 mph. This will keep wind chills in the teens with actual highs climbing to the upper 20s.
Expect a colder night ahead down to the low teens before only getting back to the mid 20s Thursday afternoon, however, we'll have more sunshine.
High pressure moves in from Canada causing a chilly set up to end the week, waking up to single digits with near-zero wind chills. Highs get to the mid 20s in the afternoon.
The Leap Day looks pleasant; after a cold start, highs rebound to seasonal levels in the low to mid 30s.
March will come in like a lamb with increasing clouds and highs near 40°.
Early next week, there is a slight chance of a rain/snow mix, but as of now, the higher chance is just for cloudier skies and mild conditions in the low 40s.