Postcard-worthy weather to start the work week for southern Wisconsin, rain, then cooler weather to follow | Time
Highs are expected to be near 67 and 55, under partly sunny skies, sandwiching a low around 47.
The weather service said there was a risk of frost on Friday and Saturday mornings, and a 20% chance of showers on Saturday night and Sunday.
The skies over Madison are expected to be mostly sunny on Friday and Saturday and partly sunny on Sunday, with highs near 51, 52 and 56, and Thursday night to Saturday night lows around 36, 35 and 37.
27 Storm Track meteorologist Max Tsaparis predicts a sunny and warm start to the work week, scattered showers on Wednesday and a few possible showers on Thursday morning.
Tsaparis said highs for Madison Monday through Sunday are expected to be near 72, 73, 67, 57, 53, 51 and 53, and overnight lows around 46, 50, 49, 38, 35 and 35 .
Sunday’s high in Madison was 65 at 3 p.m., 6 degrees above the normal high and 26 degrees below the record of 81 for October 17, set in 1910, 1953 and 1956.
Sunday’s low in Madison was 36 at 4:15 a.m., 4 degrees below normal low and 17 degrees above the record low of 19 for Oct. 17, set in 1948.
No precipitation was recorded at Dane County Regional Airport on Sunday, leaving Madison’s total October precipitation (rain and snow converted to liquid) at 1.27 inches, 0.3 inches below the normal. The precipitation total for the meteorological fall (September to November) remained at 3.61 inches, 1.39 inches below normal. The 2021 total remained at 20.2 inches, 11.88 inches below par.