Continued cold, going into the afternoon

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Madison (WKOW)– Temperatures this morning were on the cold side, that’s one thing for sure! A few flurries fell along with temperatures feeling below 0 for some, making this morning one of the coldest mornings of the season. Continued flurries will be possible today with skies partly sunny. Lows again tonight will drop back into the single digits.

Tomorrow will be warmer, but not warm enough to ditch that winter coat! Highs will be in the upper 20s and low 30s. A great day to get out and hang the Christmas light, but if you’re too busy tomorrow, then Sunday would be an even better day because temperatures will continue to warm up going into next week.

We’re watching a system on Wednesday that could impact your travel with rain and snow. We’ll kick off the day on Wednesday with partly sunny skies, and then clouds will be increasing through the afternoon, turning mostly cloudy. By the evening hours, a mix is possible carrying into the overnight — another clipper possible on Thursday. However, by next Friday skies turn mostly cloudy, and winds pick up, but at least things will turn dry.

 

 

 

Guy Brown

Guy Brown

Meteorologist, WKOW
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