Get ready for the biggest blast of frigid air to hit Madison this winter.

After a few more days of seasonable, even above-average temperatures, highs are predicted to only hit the mid-teens on Sunday and single digits early next week, with lows below zero.

There's a small chance for snow Saturday, Sunday night and Monday, but the cold will cause bigger problems than snow.

The day-to-day outlook for Madison:

  • Rest of Wednesday: A few scattered flurries before midnight. Overnight low of about 13.
  • Thursday: Mostly sunny and 23, mostly cloudy and 13 at night.
  • Friday: Partly sunny and 39, mostly cloudy and 25 at night.
  • Saturday: A 20 percent chance of snow and a high near 35; 20 percent chance of snow with winds gusting up to 25 mph, low around 8.
  • Sunday: Partly sunny and 16, 30 percent chance of snow with a low around 5 at night.
  • Monday: A 20 percent chance of snow with a high near 10, mostly cloudy with a low around 6 below zero at night.
  • Tuesday: Mostly sunny with a high near 7.

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