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Mainly quiet week, seasonal to very mild temperatures

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MADISON (WKOW) - How the week started is a good depiction of what to expect through Friday, mainly quiet conditions and above average temps.

Sunday's snow lingered into the overnight hours and early Monday.

Madison's final snow report from Sunday's system was 2.4 inches.

The majority of the region received 2 to 3 inches, with some portions in the northwest, west getting half a foot of snow or more. Madison is now above the average how much snow has fallen this season, with a total of 43 inches.

The majority of the day was dry with times of sun during the afternoon hours after a mainly cloudy morning. Partly sunny skies and a southerly flow pushed temps above freezing!

This broke a streak of 31 days of temperatures below or at freezing in Madison. The longest since 1980.

Highs in the mid-to-upper 30s continue this week into the weekend.

There's a chance for highs to hit low 40s tomorrow.

Expect a decent amount of melting to occur throughout the weekend due to the higher temperature values crossing over the freezing mark.

Mainly quiet weather is expected, besides a slight chance for a light snow/rain/mix Monday night and Tuesday night. It looks to be mainly for areas north of Madison, although some precipitation can't be ruled out.

Friday night, Saturday looks to be the next chance for accumulating snow.

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Katherine Noel

Forecaster, WKOW TV, Madison

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