Light freezing drizzle possible this afternoon, tonight
SULLIVAN--Moisture moving into southern Wisconsin ahead of a cold front will arrive late Saturday afternoon and will bring clouds and patchy light freezing drizzle to most of the area, according to the National Weather Service, Sullivan.
The freezing drizzle should linger into the evening hours as well.
Some light snow may occur along and southeast of a Milwaukee/Janesville line.
The patchy light freezing drizzle may cause icy patches on untreated roads, so keep up with the forecast if driving late Saturday afternoon and tonight.
Temperatures will raise into the 30- to 35-degree range Saturday afternoon due to south winds. The cold front will pass through the area tonight and usher in colder air once again.
Lows tonight will range from the teens west and northwest of Madison to the lower 20s over the southeast corner.