MADISON (WKOW) - Areas of dense fog and freezing fog will cause hazardous travel tonight and Sunday morning.
Here are some snowfall reports from the viewing area Friday. Madison's official snow report was 0.6" bringing the snowfall totals this season to 16.4" - a little over an inch below average.
Higher amounts fell to the E/SE, some areas received up to 5 inches of snow.
The main weather story for the rest of the weekend is limited visibility due to fog. Areas of dense fog and freezing fog are expected tonight and Sunday morning. Visibilities will be at a quarter mile or less and freezing fog will call slick patches on the roads.
The fog will gradually lift out in the late morning leaving us with mostly cloudy skies in the afternoon. Highs will stay in the upper 20s with the lack of sunshine.
Sunshine has been a precious commodity for a while now and it will continue to be so as we go into next week. The only day with significant sunshine is Tuesday.
Above average temperatures are expected through the work week with the only precipitation possibility on Wednesday, when a light mix of rain and snow is possible.