Snow Ending This Morning
A Treacherous Morning Commute
- Winter Weather Alerts In Place
- Rapid Accumulation at Times Tonight
- Snow Ending Early Friday
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - A First Alert Day is in place through Friday along with Winter Weather Advisories and Winter Storm Warnings for southern Wisconsin. Our winter storm has arrived and steady, at time heavy, snow is expected tonight through Friday morning before tapering down. Snow totals look on track in the 5–8-inch range. While pavement temperatures are warm initially, heavier snow will overcome that and lead to rapidly deteriorating road conditions into tonight.
Snow likely tonight as winds pick up 10-15 mph out of the northeast. Overnight lows into the upper 20s. Snow is likely early Friday, before tapering down by midday. Highs will be in the lower to middle 30s with northerly winds of 10-15 mph. Clearing skies Friday night with colder temperatures. Lows into the upper teens. Increasing clouds Saturday with a chance of snow showers by Saturday evening. Highs into the middle 30s.
Snow is likely Saturday night and Sunday with light accumulations likely. Snow will taper down late Sunday with calmer conditions into early next week. There is more unsettled weather expected to make a return by the middle of next week with more wintry weather than spring weather over the next 7-10 days.
Today: Cloudy with snow developing. High: 38. Wind: E 10-15.
Tonight: Snow likely. Heavy at times.. Low: 30. Wind: E 10-15.
Friday: Snow ending early. High: 34.
Saturday: Cloudy with a few flurries. High: 35.
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