Gray but mild weekend ahead
Keeping eyes on our next system
- Spots of drizzle/light mixing Saturday
- Weekend temps in the mid/upper 30s
- Next system: midweek
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - Clouds will hold through the day today, and as a weak wave of energy moves through we’ll likely see a few more pockets of drizzle or wintry precip. I don’t expect any significant impact from this, as temperatures should be warm enough to keep roads from getting slick. However, with temps back around freezing Sunday morning, we’ll have to watch for icy spots on wet surfaces once again.
Fog will also redevelop by Sunday morning, and could be dense in some isolated locations. Foggy conditions will slowly clear through the morning. We remain dry on Sunday at least, though the overcast skies continue. Any sunshine will be pretty hard to come by this week, but at least temperatures will be on the milder side in the mid and upper 30s.
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We’ll be closely watching our next system which looks to arrive on Tuesday, lasting through Wednesday. This is another one where temperatures will play a key role and will really determine how large of an impact this system has. Right now, it looks like most of the precip will be falling on Wednesday, and temperatures should allow that to fall as rain with some wintry mixing.
There’s still plenty of time for the track of the system and temperatures to change, so be sure to keep that on your radar this week.
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