Updated: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 03:26 PM
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Wednesday, March 21, 2018 03:31 PM

March 21, 3:30pm - Lots of sunshine for the rest of the afternoon despite cooler temperatures lingering thanks to breezy northeasterly winds over the lake. Highs in the upper 30s this afternoon, and we'll see temperatures fall through the 30s after sunset with clear skies with light winds allowing lows to settle into the low-mid 20s overnight. Thursday keeps high pressure, sunny skies, and calm winds all day, which will help temperatures to feel more seasonal in the mid 40s. Friday starts sunny and calm, but both clouds and winds increase into the afternoon, turning blustery and mostly cloudy overnight into Saturday. Low pressure arrives by early Saturday, and brings a mix of rain and snow mostly south west of Madison. A chance for some isolated drizzle or flurries is possible into Saturday morning before we dry up again into the start of next week.

Alex Bukvich- Innovative Weather ##
ConditionsStaying clear and turning calm.Clear and calm still, a bit cooler.Sunny and seasonal.
TempFalling below 3022 lake, 25 inland44, cooler lakeside
WindNNE ~10mph N 5-10mphNE 5-10mph
ConditionsA lot of morning sunshine with clouds rolling in by the evening.Rain/snow mix early, with cloudy skies and blustery winds. Turning dry late.A bit breezy but seasonal with partly cloudy skies.

SkiesA Few CloudsClearFair
Feels Like25°F29°F24°F
Relative Humidity59%51%58%
Barometric Pressure30 inHg30 inHg30 inHg
WindsNortheast 13 mphNortheast 5 mphNortheast 12 mph
Visibility10 Miles10 Miles10 Miles

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