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Monday, December 3, 2007

Counting the Ways

Madison's Seven-Day Forecast (props to local meteorologist Gary Cannalte):

Mostly cloudy and cold.
Low: 14
Wind: Light and Variable

Mostly cloudy and cold with occasional light snow developing in the afternoon.
High: 26
Wind: E 8-15 MPH

Mostly cloudy with occasional snow tapering to flurries late; total accumulations of 2-4” likely.
Low: 19
Wind: NE 8-15 MPH

Mostly cloudy and cold with scattered flurries ending, then becoming partly sunny.
High: 26
Wind: N/NW 8-15 MPH

Partly sunny and quite cold (becoming mostly cloudy at night with light snow developing).
Low: 8
High: 25

Mostly cloudy with light snow and flurries ending, then becoming partly sunny.
Low: 18
High: 29

Becoming mostly cloudy and not as cold with light snow, sleet, and freezing rain developing late in the day or at night; mixed precipitation mixing with or changing to rain late at night.
Low: 14
High: 34

Mostly cloudy with light rain or mixed precipitation changing to light snow late in the day or at night.
Low: 33
High: 35; temperatures steady/slowly falling to the lower 30s by evening

MONDAY: Mostly cloudy and a little colder with light snow or flurries ending early, then becoming partly sunny.
Low: 23
High: 30


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