MADISON (WKOW) -Our nice fall day gives way to heavy rain late Wednesday night.
A storm system is developing over the Central Plains bringing a brief warm up and widespread rain.
Shower chances increase around midnight in Madison, and central Wisconsin will start to see some rain by 3 am.
Temperatures will stay mild only in the low 40s.
Mostly cloudy, breezy with scattered showers and t-showers, especially in the morning hours.
We could get some breaks in the afternoon as a warm front moves through the area. This should cause milder temps in the mid 60s.
However, it will be breezy with winds out the southeast gusting up to 30 mph.
Another round of rain and rumbles of thunder moves through along the main cold front Thursday night.
More rain Friday morning and temperatures will crash. Starting off in the 50s during the morning, but by the afternoon we'll be in the mid 40s.
Sub-freezing conditions return in the morning with plenty of sunshine. However, we stay cool through the day with highs in the mid 40s.
Cool again with temps in the low to mid 40s with increasing clouds and a rain mix possible.
Mostly cloudy with a light rain and snow mix possible and a high around 40°.
Drier with some sunshine and chilly temps in the upper 30s.