Major threats for heavy rain is west of Highway 281 starting Monday night according to NWS. The ice will result in hazardous travel conditions on untreated roads throughout Monday and with a second round of freezing rain from Monday evening into Tuesday.
There is a good chance of freezing rain-drizzle through the morning today with high around 25, the National Weather Service said. After a brief warm up, temperatures will drop and the melting snow will turn to ice. It will stay in the 30s next Monday with a small chance of a light rain or snow shower.
In northern parts of Oklahoma, from Woodward to Bartlesville, including the Enid and Stillwater areas, a winter weather advisory is in effect until 3 p.m. Tuesday, the weather service reports.
Rain and thunderstorms are likely tonight, especially across southern Wisconsin. Chance of precipitation is 30%. With all the rain, there are some flooding concerns this week, especially where we see the heaviest rainfalls set up to the southeast.
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In Madison on Sunday, look for patchy fog before 9 a.m., otherwise mostly sunny skies, a high near 40 and light and variable winds becoming south winds at 15 to 20 miles per hour in the morning, gusting as high as 35 mph.
Saturday's low in Madison was 14 at 2:56 a.m., 2 degrees below the normal low and 30 degrees above the record low of 16 below for February 17, set in 1973.
Tonight, the low will be 18, according to the weather service. The beneficial rain could total as much as 5 inches by the start of next week, which would significantly help the drought.
Far Northwest Kansas can expect a trace to 1 inch of snow by tomorrow morning as well.