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7 Day Forecast

Published On: Dec 24 2013 06:41:44 PM CST
Updated On: Oct 23 2014 09:29:33 PM CDT

Gary Cannalte

Skies will be mostly cloudy overnight with drizzle and dense fog developing, especially from Madison to the north and west. Low temperatures will fall to the lower 40s by morning.

Fog will lift Friday morning and skies will become partly sunny. Temperatures will be milder with highs reaching the middle 60s.

Partly sunny and mild weather will continue for this weekend. It will be breezy on Saturday. Highs will reach the middle 60s for both Saturday and Sunday.  

A low pressure system will make its way through the region beginning Sunday night and lasting through Tuesday. Showers will develop Sunday night as a warm front pushes through the area, but those should end early Monday, leading to variably cloudy skies, breezy southerly winds, and a mild day with high temperatures near 70. The cold front from this system will then move through Wisconsin Monday night and Tuesday with occasional showers. Tuesday will be windy and turning cooler with high temperatures reaching the upper 50s in the morning, before temperatures fall through the 50s in the afternoon. Showers should end Tuesday evening.

Quiet weather will return on Wednesday with partly sunny skies and high temperatures in the lower 50s. Thursday will be variably cloudy and cool, and it will become breezy with a slight chance for a shower and high temperatures near 50 degrees.

Halloween Friday will be variably cloudy, windy and much colder with a chance for rain and possible snow showers. Highs will only reach 40 degrees.  

***DENSE FOG ADVISORY FOR DANE COUNTY AND AREAS TO THE WEST AND NORTH UNTIL 10 AM FRIDAY MORNING***

OVERNIGHT:
Mostly cloudy with drizzle and dense fog developing.
Low: 43
Wind: Light SW

FRIDAY:
Early fog lifting, otherwise becoming partly sunny and milder.
High: 66
Wind: S/SW 8-15 MPH

FRIDAY NIGHT:
Partly cloudy and mild.
Low: 47
Wind: SW 6-12 MPH to NW late

SATURDAY:
Partly sunny, breezy, and continued mild.
High: 64
Wind: NW increasing to 10-20 MPH

SUNDAY:
Partly sunny and continued mild (becoming mostly cloudy and breezy with a chance for showers at night).
Low: 40
High: 65

MONDAY:
Variable cloudiness, breezy, and mild with scattered showers, mainly early and late in the day.
Low: 51
High: 70

TUESDAY:
Mostly cloudy, windy, and cooler with occasional showers.
Low: 53
High: 59; temperatures steady/slowly falling through the 50s in the afternoon

WEDNESDAY:
Partly sunny and seasonably cool.
Low: 35
High: 53

THURSDAY:
Variable cloudiness, becoming breezy, and cool with a slight chance for a shower.
Low: 33
High: 50

HALLOWEEN (FRIDAY):
Variable cloudiness, windy, and colder with a chance for rain and snow showers.
Low: 31
High: 40

NOTES:
A DENSE FOG ADVISORY is in effect until 10 AM Friday morning for eastern and northeastern Iowa, northwestern Illinois, and west-central, southwestern, east-central, and south-central Wisconsin. In Illinois, this includes the counties of JO DAVIESS and STEPHENSON. In Iowa, this includes the counties of ALLAMAKEE, CLAYTON, DELAWARE, and DUBUQUE. In Wisconsin, this includes the counties of MONROE, JUNEAU, ADAMS, MARQUETTE, GREEN LAKE, VERNON, SAUK, COLUMBIA, RICHLAND, CRAWFORD, IOWA, DANE, GRANT, LAFAYETTE, and GREEN (this includes the La Crosse and Madison metropolitan areas).

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