It got up close to 70 degrees Tuesday, well above the normal of 55. It won't get too cold tonight, and the dry weather lingers into Wednesday.
An arctic cold front will slide through Wednesday night producing a light coating of snow. Sharply colder air will pour in Thursday on gusty northwest winds. Temperatures could actually fall into the upper 10s during the afternoon. Near record lows are possible Thursday night.
What a difference a day makes...from the heavy rain of Saturday to the brilliant sunshine today. It will stay nice right into the evening. Maybe you can get outside and enjoy it before or after the Packers game!

A few inches of snow are likely Thursday night. See what will cause that and get the latest on another stronger storm that will likely hit the region late Saturday.
Go to and watch Newsline9 at 5 and 6 p.m.

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Lots of icicles in the tree branches Tuesday.

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  Even though North America didn't have a remarkably warm January 2018 (24th warmest on record) since 1880 according to NOAA, the planet as a whole

The trees atop Rib Mountain are still coated in ice and look pretty cool from the recent storm. The sunshine tomorrow will probably melt that off.

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It is good to see the clouds have cleared back in Minnesota. This should bring us a sunny Wednesday, although a little cooler than normal. See if that will stick around later in the week, watch Newsline9 at 5 and 6 p.m.

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CRAZY TEMPERATURES! The front which is producing our ice is also dividing balmy air to the southeast of Wisconsin from very cold air in the Northern Plains. These big contrasts over short distances get more common heading toward early spring.

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Freezing drizzle Monday night should turn to a period of freezing rain and sleet as we approach daybreak. This could deposit a thicker layer of ice in a few hours time. Slow down out there and monitor

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It's just above 32 from southern Wood and Southern Portage Counties and southward. They will drop below freezing there by late evening. Elsewhere it is cold enough for light ice and snow accumulations to not melt. More details on Newsline9 at 5 & 6 p.m.

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Pink sunset near Marshfield Sunday. We won't see such nice colors Monday with the thick clouds and precipitation rolling in.

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Light snow and freezing drizzle should develop around 9 to 10 a.m. Monday. It will continue through Tuesday afternoon. The heaviest accumulation of ice is expected Monday night to Tue. a.m. Watch Newsline9 as we track it for you.

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All of central Wisconsin included. A mix of freezing rain, sleet, and a little snow may create significant ice accumulations especially from midday Monday into Tuesday morning.
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The end of a fantastic late winter day in our area. Hope you enjoyed it!

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After highs in the 40s Wednesday, it is going to be quite a shock to go back to single digits by early Friday morning with wind chills well below zero. Stay ahead of the changes, watch Newsline9 at 5, 6, and 10 for the latest.

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If you are hoping for at least a little fresh coating of snow, there is a chance Thursday evening according to our Futuretrack. Monitor TV-9 for updates!

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    We may have to fight more sloppy roads and do a little more shoveling early to mid-next week according to some of the latest weather mod

Here is a deep orange sunset for you today in Medford.

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