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A pattern change near the end of the weekend

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MADISON (WKOW) - A strong storm system will bring us rain on Sunday. As the storm departs we'll see some snow Sunday night and Monday.

An area of high pressure will keep us dry until later this afternoon.

Then low pressure develops, moving through Easter Sunday. These storm will initially bring rain to southern Wisconsin.

On the system's backside, conditions cool and snow chances increase.

Weather set up Sunday night into Monday morning


Temps dip to the low and mid 30s tonight with increasing clouds.

Mostly cloudy and seasonal Saturday with highs in the mid 50s, A few, light rain showers will develop later in the afternoon and evening. Showers become numerous Saturday night.

Cloudy and cooler for Easter Sunday with temps in the upper 40s with rain.

We'll transition from rain to snow Sunday night and snow will linger into at least Monday morning.

There is a possibility of the snow accumulating, mainly on grassy and elevated surfaces which tend to be cooler than pavement.

Chance of 2"+ of snow via National Weather Service
Previous last snows of the season

Guy Brown

Meteorologist, WKOW

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