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FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Spring is here, so are the spring-like temperatures!
June 19 2018, 02:25 | Jonathan Williams
First Warning Forecast Grab those umbrellas scattered showers for Saturday
Hungry for some weather news you can actually be optimistic about? Expect mostly sunny conditions and above average temperatures to hold through Wednesday.
Monday, however, nice and quiet.
Thursday will be partly sunny and warmer again, with a high of 69.
Tonight clouds increase with lows in the mid-upper 40s. Some clouds will clear by the afternoon, giving us highs in the lower 60s.
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With no snow on Sunday, Madison's March and meteorological spring (March through May) total stayed at 8.3 inches, 3.4 inches above normal. "Though squalls may cause slick roads and rapid changes in visibility, just a dusting to around 1" is expected. Highs tomorrow will surge into the low to mid-70s, with a comfortable southerly breeze.
It will be cooler and cloudy for Wednesday with another chance of rain possible by Thursday night into Friday morning.
Other than a slight chance of showers Monday and a possibility of light snow Tuesday night, Evanego said the upcoming week should be fairly uneventful. A few models bring in some energy keeping shower chances around. It may be pushing it to even hit 20° in the Champlain Valley! Winds will be sustained from 10 to 15 miles per hour, with gusts exceeding 20-25 miles per hour at times. The weather forecast for today will certainly be making it feel like spring.
Temperatures will tumble behind this front as north winds ahead of a Canadian high pressure system set up.