MADISON (WKOW) - It'll remain chilly through this morning before a warm surge through the weekend.
An area of low pressure is moving through the Northern Plains. Ahead of it, a warm front will push into the Upper Midwest causing temps to jump through the weekend.
This pattern change lasts through next week with mild to warm conditions.
Temps leap through Leap Day, climbing to the mid to upper 30s with lots of sunshine and shifting winds from the SW.
The warm front moves through heading into Sunday setting the stage for a very warm end to the weekend with high temps around 50° and increasing clouds.
Our average high this time of year is 35°.
The cold front associated with the low-pressure system far to the north will sweep through Sunday night dropping temps for next work week, though remaining above average.
Sun will increase through Monday with temps milder around 40°.
The mid-40s with partly sunny skies on Tuesday.
There is a slight chance for a light rain/snow mix Tuesday night or Wednesday with mild temps continuing in the mid-40s.