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Madison (WKOW) — Today expect a mostly cloudy sky and cold temperatures in the 30s. It won’t feel as cold as yesterday today due to the lack of winds.

Highs will be in the mid-30s.  Tonight snow will develop from the southwest becoming widespread overnight into tomorrow mornings commute.  Accumulations will be one inch or less. Light snow through mid-morning, tapering to a few snow showers after that.  Tomorrow will eventually become breezy by the afternoon.

This weekend looks dry and cold. Lows on Sunday morning will be in the teens! Dry conditions will prevail until the end of next week.  Please stay tuned with 27 news tonight at 5,6, and 10 for the latest on our 27 storm track future cast.

Guy Brown

Guy Brown

Meteorologist, WKOW
Forecast snow totals Thu night thru Fri morning
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Madison
29°
Janesville
30°
Portage
27°
Watertown
31°
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