The Southern Plains will have a White Christmas -- but the National Weather Service says Wisconsin won't.
A major storm dumped 20-inches of snow in the Plains. But the system is moving into the Ohio River Valley, well south of the Badger State. As a result, forecasters say Wisconsin will get occasional spurts of flurries, freezing rain, drizzle, or light rain throughout the week. But it's supposed to stay dry for the most part.
In the south, above-normal temperatures are projected from now into next week. Madison's high yesterday was 43. That was 14 degrees above normal, and 10 degrees cooler than the city's record high for the date.