Wis. (WSAW) - Partly cloudy tonight and chilly with lows sliding back into the single digits. A fair amount of sunshine on Sunday with afternoon readings topping out in the mid 20s. The next snow producer is on tap for Presidents Day on Monday. Snow is anticipated to move into the area either early on during the morning, or perhaps toward midday. Snow is expected to fall for the afternoon into Monday night, tapering off overnight. Total snowfall of a few inches is possible, which at the very least will lead to slippery and snow covered roads for parts of the day on Monday.
Some sunshine returns Tuesday but it will be chilly with highs in the low 20s. Colder for mid-week with a mix of sun and clouds Wednesday, high in the upper single digits, partly cloudy Thursday with highs in the mid teens. Milder by late week with dry conditions persisting. Highs climb close to freezing.