Active weather returns at the end of the week | Bot To News


  • A sunny Wednesday
  • Rain and snow Thursday night
  • Possible accumulations until Friday

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) -Get ready for a stretch of active weather over the next week or two. Multiple storm systems are expected to move across southern Wisconsin every other day. Each of them is as complicated as the first. It’s that time of year where the track, temperatures and weather all play a huge role in what we end up seeing. That will be especially true with the next two systems, as a wide variety of rainfall is expected. A first day watch has been issued for the Friday before our next weather forecast.

A frontal boundary slides through the area tonight. This will put an end to the snow showers, but not before another quick cleanup. Overnight lows will be in the upper 20s as the winds die down. A dry Wednesday day as we see at least some sun. We’ll call it partly cloudy with highs in the upper 30s. A few clouds Wednesday night with lows into the mid 20s. Thursday starts dry with a few rays of sunshine before clouds quickly return in the afternoon, all before the next disturbance. The highs return to the top 30.

A very complex storm system moves in Thursday night through Friday. This is expected to bring a wintry mix to the area with the potential to accumulate snowfall as well. It is too early to be specific, but please be aware as this could be problematic for the area which is why we have issued a first day alert.

Scattered mixed showers remain possible through the weekend with another larger storm system early to mid next week. Right now, it looks like we may be in the warm sector for that system.

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