Monday, January 30, 2023

Warm start to week for southern Wisconsin, very cold wind, but blizzards to stay well north

After at least 47 through the night, Tuesday should be partly sunny, near high 56 and northeast winds near 10 mph.

Explosive winds and snow may occur over the plains and parts of the upper midwest before the storm track treks eastwards in the second half of the week.

After at least 38 Tuesday through Wednesday, Wednesday’s forecast includes a 20% chance of rain after noon, with partly sunny skies, a high near 57 and southeast winds at 5 to 15 mph. .

The Weather Service said there is a 90% chance of rain Wednesday night, with possible totals ranging from a quarter to a half inch; 50% chance of rain on Thursday; And there is a 20% chance of rain on Friday.

Skies will be cloudy over Madison on Thursday, partly sunny Friday and Saturday, and mostly cloudy Sunday, with high temperatures around 45 through 5 p.m. Thursday, 43 Friday, 39 Saturday and 40 Sunday The close, and the low, will remain from Wednesday night through Saturday night. 45, 35, 29 and 28.

27 Storm Track meteorologist Max Tsaparis predicts an unusually warm start to the week; Chance of drizzle after midnight; A stray shower possible on Tuesday; rain possible Wednesday night; Chance of rain Thursday; A light rain/snow mix is ​​possible on Friday, when the cooler air begins to move in; Thunderstorms or light snow possible on Friday night; Light mixing possible on Saturday; Light snow possible Saturday night; And a light snow can be found on Sunday.

After a generally dry Monday, conditions will turn to stormy Monday night and Tuesday as significant rain will fall across the west, and snow will fall in the higher reaches.

Tsaparis said Monday through Sunday highs for Madison should be near 64, 56, 56, 54, 40, 40 and 38, and overnight lows around 44, 32, 48, 45, 30 and 30 .


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