Sunday will be mostly sunny and continued unseasonably mild with high temperatures reaching the lower to middle 60s; the record high temperature in Madison is 60 degrees, set in 1981.
An area of low pressure will move by north of Wisconsin Monday afternoon with increasing cloudiness and rain showers developing; a thunderstorm is also possible. It will be breezy and continued unseasonably mild with high temperatures reaching the lower 60s. The record high temperature for Madison of 57 degrees is likely to fall. A weak cold front will move through Wisconsin on Monday night, with rain showers ending.
Behind the front, skies will become partly sunny on Tuesday and unseasonably mild weather will continue with high temperatures in the lower 60s; the record high temperature of 60 degrees for Madison set in 1930 is well within reach. Wednesday will be partly sunny and will continue to be very mild. High temperatures will again reach the lower to middle 60s, close to the record high temperature of 60 degrees set in 1984.
A strong storm system will develop over the central U.S. on Thursday, and head into Wisconsin on Friday. Skies on Thursday will become mostly cloudy, and it will become breezy, and very mild with high temperatures in the middle 50s, near the record high temperature of 58 degrees for Madison, set in 1984. Rain showers and possible thunderstorms will develop later Thursday or Thursday night and will continue into Friday. Friday will be mostly cloudy, windy, and not quite as mild with high temperatures reaching the upper 40s. As a cold front sweeps through Wisconsin, much colder weather will arrive by Friday night changing any rain showers to snow showers.
Next weekend, Saturday will be variably cloudy, breezy, and much colder with any flurries ending early. High temperatures will drop back near 30. Sunday will be variably cloudy and seasonably cold with highs in the lower 30s.
Next Monday will be variably cloudy with a chance of rain and snow showers and highs in the middle 30s.
Mostly sunny and unseasonably mild.
High: 64 (Record high for Madison is 60 set in 1981)
Wind: SE 8-15 MPH
Partly cloudy and very mild.
Wind: SE 6-12 MPH
Increasingly cloudy, breezy and unseasonably mild with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms developing in the afternoon.
High: 62 (Record high for Madison is 57 set in 1930)
Wind: SE 10-20 MPH
Becoming partly sunny and continued unseasonably mild.
High: 61 (Record high for Madison is 60 set in 1930)
Partly sunny and continued unseasonably mild.
High: 63 (Record high for Madison is 60 set in 1984)
Becoming mostly cloudy and breezy and still unseasonably mild with showers and isolated thunderstorms developing late in the day or overnight.
High: 55 (Record high for Madison is 58 set in 1984)
Mostly cloudy, windy and not as mild with scattered rain showers (rain changing to light snow overnight).
Variably cloudy, breezy and much colder with any flurries ending early.
Variably cloudy and seasonably cold.
Variably cloudy with a chance of rain and snow showers.