Public weather briefingThe weather will be fairly docile Tuesday, with seasonal temperatures. A cyclone to the west will bring warm air into the area on Wednesday, resulting in highs around 35. The central low will will most likely pass north of Madison, resulting in only flurries. After the cyclone passes temperatures will cool significantly. Highs will be only in the teens on Thursday, and will likely remain in the teens and single digits through the weekend.
Tonight. Clear to partly cloudy skies. Winds out of the northeast, dying down as the night goes on. Low around 10.
Tuesday. Mostly Overcast skies, with winds out of the southwest at 5-10 mph. Highs in the upper 20s.
Tuesday night. Cloudy skies continue. Low in the mid 20s.
Wednesday. Overcast skies. Winds around 10-15 mph. A chance for flurries. High around 35, low around 25.
Thursday. Continued clouds, a potential for some snow. High of 14, low of 11.
Outlook for Friday through Sunday. Partly cloudy through out the weekend. Temperatures will be cold. High of 17 on Friday, around 10 on Saturday and around 15 Sunday. Overnight lows will be in the single digits or below zero. [CONFIDENCE: MEDIUM]