Low temperatures tonight will be in the single digits or around ten degrees near the lake and a few degrees below zero west of Waukesha. Skies will clear inland but a few snowshowers could move in off lake Michigan dropping a few inches of snow in racine and Kenosha Counties where a lake Effect Snow Advisory is up until 6 am saturday morning.
Saturday will be partly to mostly cloudy with highs in the mid-twenties lakeside and upper-teens inland with a few flurries and very light snow showers in the afternoon. Saturday night will not be as cold with low temperatures in the middle to upper-teens.
Sunday will be cloudy, mild and breezy with high temperatures in the mid-thirties and a rain snow mix throughout the day. Snow accumulations will be minor. Similar conditions are expected on Monday and high temperatures in the thirties will be around most of next week.