MADISON (WKOW) – Conditions stay unseasonably cool through Tuesday before a pattern flip arrives midweek.
Expect another cool night ahead in the low 40s with overall mostly cloudy skies.
An area of low pressure developing in the Central Plains will throw a few, light showers in our direction, mainly for areas farther west and south on Tuesday.
Temps stay well below average in the mid 50s and it’ll feel even more uncomfortable with winds picking up out of the east, gusting up to 35 mph but the evening commute.
Keep both hands on the steering wheel when driving as you’ll feel the car move around a bit, especially on N-S roads in open areas. High profile vehicles will especially feel the impacts of the winds.
A warm front moves through at night, allowing for showers to increase and even a few claps of thunder. That warm front will boost temps with highs soaring to the upper 70s on Wednesday.
The warmth sticks around the rest of the week, but will it last into Memorial Day weekend? Full forecast here.