A cold front moves through the state overnight and will bring colder temperatures and a chance for a few flurriesd or snow showers late tonight. The wind will shift from west to north by 3 am and temperatures will drop to the upper-twenties lakeside to mid-twenties inland.
A brisk northeast wind settles in for Tuesday...along with a few flurries and light lakefront snow showers, which could drop an inch or less of new snow to areas near Lake Michigan. Clouds will be variable and temperatures will range from about 34 degrees at the lake to the middle twenties well inland. Most of southeast Wisconsin will see no accumulation.
The sun returns on Wednesday with high temperatures near the freezing mark and Thursday will be sunny to partly cloudy with high temperatures in the upper-thirties to a southwest winds before another cold front arrives Thursday night.
Friday and Saturday will be sunny, windy and colder with high temperatures in the mid-twenties which is below normal for the first time in weeks.
A warm front could bring flurries and high temperatures back up to seasonal or near 32 degrees on Sunday.