Patchy dense fog develops again tonight with low teperatures near 30 lakeside and mid-twenties inland with a calm wind.
A DENSE FOG ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TO NOON ON FRIDAY FOR ALL OF SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN. The fog will be slow to burn off again Friday morning and with a light NE wind which is why the advisory runs through mid-day. Higher clouds from astorm to the south will keep it mostly cloudy for Friday with high temperatures around thirty-eight degrees.
A huge storm system is developing in the southern plains and will bring clouds and wind for SE Wisconsin during the day on Saturday. Latest information has most of the precipitation staying well south of Milwaukee, but there is a slight chance for a rain/snow mix near the Illinois border counties late Saturday, Saturday night and early Sunday. High temperatures on Saturday will be in the upper-thirties to near 40 degrees with a NE wind at 10-20 mph. Sunday will have more sun, a light wind, and high temperatures around forty degrees.
The quiet weather pattern continues early next week with high temperatures around forty degrees on Monday and in the mid to upper-30's and flurries on Tuesday.