Drizzle/Flurries pass by Monday; More Mild Week Ahead

A quick clipper system will bring some wintry weather to Wisconsin on Monday. Most of the snowfall stays well North of Madison.
Published: Nov. 28, 2021 at 4:39 PM CST|Updated: Nov. 29, 2021 at 8:24 AM CST
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MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - NW flow aloft brings another clipper system to Wisconsin today. As is usual, this system will move by quickly - dropping most precipitation well North of Madison. That said - if drizzle/flurries do reach the ground early Monday - a few slippery spots are possible.

While most of the precipitation will fall North -- towards Green Bay/Sheboygan/Wausau -- a light drizzle & a few flurries cannot be ruled out for the Capital Region.

The first bit of flurries reaches southern Wisconsin before sunrise and things quickly rotate through - exiting by lunchtime. Precip will be very light - with most locations barely picking up 0.01″. Impacts will be minimal to none. We’ll be watching radar closely for a heavier band of snow to impact East-central Wisconsin. If you’re traveling towards Sheboygan/Green Bay - keep in mind there may be some accumulation to deal with.

Since temperatures are below-freezing this morning, bridges & overpasses could become a bit slippery should any precipitation manage to fall.

Winds will be breezy during Monday afternoon - getting highs into the upper 30s and lower 40s.

Sunshine is back on Tuesday - highs remain close to average in the lower 40s.

Another clipper system may impact Wisconsin on Wednesday into Thursday. Again, most of the impact will be over Northern Wisconsin. Highs climb into the upper 40s - near 50°. Cooler weather is forecast for next weekend as highs drop into the mid and upper 30s. Long-range models hint at a pattern change late next weekend and early next week.

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