There is another massive system on the maps, but this time, it is moving through the center of the country rather than the east coast. What will this one bring?
At 1245PM, CT Janesville was reporting a temperature of 39 degrees with rain. Areas of mixed precipitation were being seen well to the west in Iowa, snow was afflicting parts of Minnesota and northern Wisconsin but across southern Wisconsin, a broad swath of rain with warming temperatures was being seen.
The system was wrapping in quite a bit of dry air, which made for a formidable dry slot in the system, which will move into Janesville tonight before precipitation begins to turn to a more wintry variety. After a short period of dry weather tonight, there will eventually be a few flurries through the day tomorrow as the back edge of moisture works into southern Wisconsin. Cooler weather and clouds will remain on Tuesday, with only a few flurries on Monday.
Tomorrow – Clouds and flurries with wind, High 34, Low 24 (Non standard)
Tuesday – Fog early, then mostly cloudy, High 32, Low 18
TWC: Tomorrow – Few Snow Showers / Wind High 34, Low 24
Tuesday – Partly Cloudy High 33, Low 20
AW: Tomorrow – Rather cloudy, windy and colder with snow flurries High 36, Low 26
Tuesday – Partly sunny High 33, Low 21
NWS: Tomorrow – A 40 percent chance of snow. Cloudy High 34, Low 26
Tuesday – Partly sunny High 32, Low 21
WB: Tomorrow – Brisk. Cloudy with a 50 percent chance of light snow. High 34, Low 24
Tuesday – Partly sunny. High 31, Low 21