Winter storm moves out, cold moves in
Improving conditions across the state
- Spotty flurries/sleet this afternoon
- Much colder tonight
- Light snow Friday evening
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - The worst of our snow/sleet/ice storm is done with, with just a few remaining spots of precip left. Isolated pockets of light snow or sleet are possible this afternoon, but no big impacts are expected. Road conditions will continue to improve as we near the evening commute. Keep an eye out for some slick spots in intersections and on bridges, but most main roadways should be pretty well taken care of.
Arctic air arrives tonight as the skies start to clear. Overnight lows will dip into the upper single digits. Any roadways not cleared during the day Thursday will remain icy as we head into the overnight hours. Partly sunny skies early Friday, but chilly temperatures remain with highs only in the upper teens.
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Clouds will build in during the day on Friday, with a small system bringing us another quick, light coating of snow during the evening. This could make roads a bit slick, but no significant accumulation is expected.
The weekend looks decent as we track warming temperatures and some sunshine returning. Another big change in the weather pattern is early next week as we get back to the 40s and track spring-like rain and storms. Colder air once again returns by the end of next week.
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