Daily reports from the Storm Prediction Center starts at noon UTC and ends at one minute before noon UTC the next day. This time period is between 7am CDT and one minute before 7am CDT the next day.
All reports are considered preliminary and should be treated as such.
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Providing Weather Information to Sun Prairie Since 2008
1 Rain season: Jan 1st to Dec 31st.
2 Snow season July 1st to June 30th.
3 Snow manually measured usually around 7AM and 7PM.
6 Air Quality Index is provided by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and is updated hourly between the hours of 6AM and Midnight.
10 Historical average only to day 24 of just the month of October for this station since 2009.
11 Historical average rain this season to day 24 of October for this station since 2009.
NWS Weather Forecast -
Outlook Tonight & Saturday
Chance Drizzle Lo 50 °F
NWS forecast: A chance of drizzle between 8pm and midnight. Patchy fog between 10pm and 4am. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a low around 50. South wind around 5 mph becoming west after midnight. Local station forecast:Mostly cloudy and cooler. precipitation likely, windy with possible wind shift to the w, nw, or n.
Hi 65 °F
NWS forecast: Sunny, with a high near 65. Northwest wind 5 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph.
NWS Short Term Weather Forecast
Lo 38 °F
Hi 62 °F
Lo 50 °F
Slight Chc T-Storms
Hi 72 °F
Lo 50 °F
Slight Chc Showers
Hi 56 °F
Lo 37 °F
On This Day In Weather History
Weather History for October 24
1951 Sacramento, CA, reported a barometric pressure of 29.42 inches, to establish a record for October. (The Weather Channel)
2005 Hurricane Wilma reached the U.S. coastline near Everglades City in Florida with maximum sustained winds near 120 mph. The hurricane accelerated across south Florida and the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area, exiting the coast later the same day. There were 10 fatalities in Florida, and nearly 6 million people lost power, the most widespread power outage in Florida history. Preliminary estimates of insured losses in Florida were over $6 billion, while uninsured losses were over $12 billion.