A cold front has passed through our region shifting our winds back around to the Northwest. That will send our temperatures plunging through the day and into the low single digits tonight and wind chills to 10 below zero. With upper atmospheric support we'll see light snow through the day. This will be a similar type of snow from the last storm, producing a powdery accumulation of 1"-3" widespread across Southeast Wisconsin before all is said and done. Building winds out of the Northwest will gust to 30 mph and lead to blowing and drifting snow, as well.
Have a great Tuesday!