Cold and windy start

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Madison (WKOW)– Cold and windy start to your day this morning, with temperatures up to 20-30 degrees cooler in spots. Winds can get a little gusty today from the west up to 35mph, which will make high temperatures feel like the 30s even though forecast highs will be in the mid-40s.

Mostly cloudy this morning but I do expect clouds to break by the afternoon hours and becoming partly sunny.  Tonight will be mostly cloudy with lows dropping below freezing for most. A freeze warning will go in effect later tonight and expire tomorrow morning at 9 am.

Clouds will stick around until tomorrow with more sunshine on Saturday through next week. A dry and cold pattern will take over for the next several days.  Temperatures will be closer to average, hitting the 60s towards the end of next week.

Guy Brown

Guy Brown

Meteorologist, WKOW
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