Heavy Snow Has Moved Out, Cold Air is Moving In
A few flurries and snow showers will be possible through Friday
- Only Minor Additional Accumulation Expected
- Secondary Roads Are Still Slippery
- Colder Temperatures Through the Weekend
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - A strong as a strong storm system continues to work its way through the western Great Lakes. Heavy, wet snow was seen during the night and early morning hours. This snow had major impact on the morning commute. This afternoon, conditions will improve and the more heavily traveled roads will be in decent winter driving condition. Secondary roads and residential streets will still be slippery especially to the north of Madison.
The weekend will feature more clouds than sunshine with Sunday being the better day. Highs will be cold and into the lower 20s with overnight lows dipping into the single digits at times. The calm weather will continue into early next week as highs struggle to get out of the teens and lows remain in the single digits.
Another more potent system will have to be watched towards the end of next week. Snow is possible followed by the coldest air of the season as we head towards Christmas and beyond.
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