Tonight: Scattered clouds.
Low: 21 Wind: Becoming Light SW
Monday: Mostly cloudy with isolated rain/snow showers.
High: 43 Wind: S 5-10
Feeling like spring with multiple minor chances of precip throughout the week.
After a pleasant, but chilly weekend, temperatures will slows be on a warming trend the next two days, reaching the low to mid 40s on Monday and low 50s on Tuesday. A weak area of low pressure will be pushing through on Monday, which will generate a few isolated light rain and snow showers. No real accumulation is expected, but it will keep the clouds around. Another low pressure system will track to the south Monday night into Tuesday, but it could bring some light rain/snow to the far southern part of the area. There could up up to a half inch of wet snow on grassy surfaces in the morning before temps rise above freezing. By late Tuesday, a cold front will move through and create a chance of rain/snow showers in the northern half of the area.
That front will settle to the south of the badger state and stall out on Wednesday and Thursday, which will keep most of a low pressure system south of the area. Expect partly cloudy skies on Wednesday with highs in the upper 40s. We’ll cool down to the low 40s on Thursday with partly sunny skies and and isolated chance of rain near the Dells. A cold front will move through Thursday night into early Friday which will generate some isolated flurries and sprinkles.
More sun will break out during the second half of Friday with temps warming into the low 50s. Temps will continue to warm through the weekend, getting into the upper 50s on Saturday and low 60s on Sunday! We could see some isolated showers or storms by the end of next weekend.
Have a great week! Meteorologist Sam Kuffel 2:30 p.m. 31-March 2019