MADISON (WKOW) - Sunshine returns for the holiday before clouds and a mix move in later this week.
High pressure moving in from the Northern Plains allows generous sunshine and mild conditions in the mid to upper 40s.
Clouds build back in with temps in the low to mid 30s and a light rain and snow mix developing late.
Madison and areas north and northeast could see a quick burst of snow before temps warm by mid-morning transitions our precipitation type to rainfall.
Rain will become more scattered by Wednesday afternoon with high temps in the mid 40s.
Another system moves in causing more rain and warmer temps in the mid 50s. It'll turn breezy on the backside of the system with rain transitioning to snow.
Light snow will end Friday morning with a breeze picking up out of the NW ushering in cooler conditions.
Wednesday through Friday, we'll pick up around 1-1.5" of rain, causing a minor flood concern.
Temps start in the mid to upper 30s and fall through the day to the 20s by late-day.
This will make the fifth dry weekend in a row and we'll have plenty of sunshine.
Conditions will be a bit cool on Saturday with temps in the teens in the morning rebounding to the mid 30s in the afternoon.
Lots of sunshine Sunday with temps in the low 40s.