DENSE FOG ADVISORY - Thick fog could impact traveling Sunday morning
The fog and any chance of rain will end around midday.
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - A DENSE FOG ADVISORY is in effect until 12PM Sunday for all of southcentral Wisconsin. We are waking up to areas of dense fog and drizzle Sunday morning. Visibilities will be less than a mile in spots. Make sure to give yourself extra time to travel Sunday morning because the dense fog will slow you down. Freezing fog and freezing drizzle are becoming less likely because temperatures are warming above freezing.
Sunday afternoon will be mostly cloudy, mild and windy. Temperatures will be top out in the lower to mid 40s. Expect a west wind at 10-20 mph. Wind gusts Sunday afternoon could be as high 30 mph. Wind chills will be in the 20s and 30s this afternoon.
The weather will turn cooler overnight into Monday morning. Overnight lows will be in the mid to upper teens. The sky will start to clear Sunday evening, then more clouds will move back in Sunday night into Monday morning. Even though it’s not likely, a snow flurry can’t be ruled out Monday morning. No accumulations or travel impacts are expected.
Monday will be the coldest day this week. High temperatures will only be near 30 degrees. With a north wind at 5-15 mph, wind chills will be in the teens throughout the day. Monday will start out mostly cloudy. The clouds will slowly breakup throughout the day.
The chilly weather won’t be sticking around long. Temperatures will be back up above 40 degrees on Tuesday. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper Wednesday and Thursday and in the lower to mid 40s Friday and Saturday. Right now, the workweek week looks quiet with a lot of sunshine.
This warm stretch of weather will likely continue through the middle of March. The Climate Prediction Center is favoring above normal temperatures March 7 through March 13.
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