Several rounds of snow throughout the week

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MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) -- Your NBC15 Weather Authority Forecast from Amy Carlson:

Several rounds of snow will blanket south central Wisconsin through this week. Up to an inch of snow is expected today, possibly mixed with freezing drizzle. By Monday afternoon, more significant snow develops and continues through Tuesday. Forecast snowfall totals include 3-4 inches on Monday night and an additional 2-3 inches during the day on Tuesday. Another moderate round of snow is expected Thursday night into Friday. The good news is temps will remain in the double digits.

Today: Scattered flurries, possibly mixed with freezing drizzle. Up to an inch of accumulation.
High: 25
Tonight: Scattered flurries chance.
Low: 20
Monday: Cloudy with scattered flurries early, then light snow developing in the afternoon.
High: 28
Monday Night: Snow, 3-4 inches of accumulation.
Low: 26
Tuesday: Snow, possibly mixed with freezing rain. An additional 2-3 inches of accumulation for a total of 6-7 inches.
High: 29
Wednesday: Partly sunny.
High: 26
Thursday: Cloudy with a good chance for light snow developing in the afternoon.
High: 30