The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for tonight will be quiet once again. There will be a few low clouds moving into parts of the area from the west. This will stop us from getting too chilly overnight. Overnight low temperatures will bottom out in the upper-20's for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee, and mid-20's for Waukesha temperatures and inland areas.
Monday will be the warmest day of this upcoming week. A few of those low clouds may hang on to parts of the area in the morning, but as the day wears on, any remaining stratus clouds should start to break up. High temperatures will top out all the way up to about 45 degrees.
Monday night a cold front is going to be pushing through the area. This will cause the clouds to be on the increase, and as the winds shift to the north-northeast, a few flurries could fall or possibly a lake effect snow shower off of Lake Michigan. Overnight low temperatures will be in the mid-20's on Monday night.
Tuesday will be cooler than we've experienced for a long time, but close to where we should be in the lower-thirties. With the wind shifting off of Lake Michigan, we could see a lake effect snow shower or flurry on Tuesday.
The cool air hangs on into Wednesday, and a little more sun should pop out that day. High temperatures may not make it to the freezing mark on Wednesday.
This looks like another quiet forecast period for the next week and weekend.