MADISON (WKOW) - It's been another day of spotty off-and-on showers with cooler than average temperatures, similar to the last couple of days.
We're stuck in a pattern bringing rounds of spotty, scattered showers and surges of cold air to southern Wisconsin.
Today's cool air is a bit unstable resulting in scattered rain showers across the region.
Another cold front will move through shortly after early Thursday bring more scattered, spotty showers our way.
This front will feature a little stronger cold air, bringing lows down to the mid-to-upper 30s potentially Friday and Saturday morning. Which brings a potential for patchy frost those mornings.
To add to the coolness it's been a windy day with wind speeds of 10-20 mph, gusting around 30 mph at times.
Temperatures continue to stay below the average through the weekend. Highs will range from the low-to-mid 50s through Sunday.
Next week looks promising for a warm up with highs expected to return to the 60s. It'll likely be a drier and milder stretch of weather that may last through the following weekend.