One Racine County winery suffered 30% to 50% overall damage to crops: 25% to 30% of the Frontenac Blanc grapes could be lost, but more than half of the Marquette grapes might be lost.
Madison people will see temperatures in the 60s today. It looks to reach a mild 66 degrees. 42 degrees is today's low. Expect clear skies toda…
Highs Friday again will be around the normal lows for southern Wisconsin, and areas north and west of Madison are likely to see frost overnight, according to forecasters.
The chilly stretch of weather southern Wisconsin has been experiencing will bottom out with likely widespread frost overnight, and no significant warm-up in sight, according to forecasters.
Southern Wisconsin will see a sunny Wednesday and more rain overnight, with highs staying below normal for the next week for southern Wisconsin, according to forecasters.
Southern Wisconsin could see snow showers and light slushy accumulations, mainly east of Interstate 90, on a chilly Wednesday, with widespread frost overnight, according to forecasters.
There is a term — ekphrasis — that I do not fully grasp but understand in general to mean the vivid and specific description of whatever it is the writer observes.
Southern Wisconsin will see chilly weekend, but warmer weather is on the way next week, according to forecasters.
After a raw Thursday with possible thunderstorms, the coldest weather of the season will hit the area on Friday morning, with frost possible, according to forecasters.
The area could see patchy frost Friday morning, with the high Friday barely cracking 50, according to forecasters.
The area will see highs barely cracking 60 Friday rising to near 80 next week, with plenty of sunshine and dry weather, according to forecasters.
The low early Tuesday should be near freezing, but highs in the 60s and 70s are on the way, according to forecasters.
Temperatures will drop to the low 30s early Friday morning and the upper 20s early Saturday morning, according to forecasters.
While highs will reach the 60s Wednesday and Thursday, lows will bottom out in the upper 20s early Saturday morning, according to forecasters.
After a frost advisory Monday morning, temperatures aren't expected to warm up much this week in southern Wisconsin, the National Weather Service predicts.
If you’re upset about the ugly weather headed for our area over the next few days, consider the feet of snow, cold and wind that will punish folks not far to our north and west.
It might not have been such a good idea to plant flowers on Mother's Day, considering the frost that came to south-central Wisconsin Monday morning.
A very wet spring and frost coming out of the ground could combine to force the closing of some Dane County parks over the next few weeks, officials said.
Madison isn't in a deep freeze yet since it's way too early for that, but we are in the refrigerated section and should stay there into next week.
The first mention of frost for south-central Wisconsin appeared in forecasts Wednesday, as temperatures dropped 15 to 20 degrees thanks to a cold front that moved through the region on Tuesday.
Madison residents who have sensitive plants outside might want to cover them Wednesday night to avoid frost.
Clear skies and little wind Wednesday night has prompted the National Weather Service to issue a frost advisory for southern Wisconsin, including Madison.