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Snow is done, warmest temps of the year on the way

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MADISON (WKOW) - After a round of wintry weather last night, it'll feel like spring later this week.

Most of southern Wisconsin got around 2-3.5" of snow but hot spots in central Wisconsin got over a half-foot!

You'll see slick spots, especially on back streets and neighborhood routes. Plan a little extra time before heading out to shovel and brush off your vehicle.

We haven't gotten above freezing since January 21st, the longest streak since 1980 and 16th longest on record!

Highs today will get to the mid and upper 30s with mostly cloudy to partly sunny skies. However, it will be breezy with winds from the west and southwest gusting as high as 30 mph.

Tonight, a little light rain/snow mix is possible. A few areas in central Wisconsin could pick up a dusting.

Then skies clear and we have lots of sunshine on Tuesday and a breeze continuing from the west and southwest causing temps to soar to the low 40s! Wind chills will get as high as the mid to upper 30s.

Another light mix is possible in central Wisconsin Tuesday night.

Wednesday, expect a sun-cloud mix and highs in the upper 30s.

Mostly sunny and seasonal Thursday in the mid 30s.

Partly sunny and breezy Friday in the mid 30s with snow possible by Friday night.

If the system pans out, we could see accumulations into Saturday morning with it exiting by midday.

Highs stay above freezing this weekend, too, so expect our snow to begin melting rapidly through the week.

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Max Tsaparis

Wake Up Wisconsin Meteorologist

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