Clouds have rolled into southeast Wisconsin tonight and will stick around through most of Friday. Temperatures will remain mild tonight in the middle to lower twenties.
Strong north to northwest winds will drop temperatures all days, starting at the mid-twenties in the morning and falling through the teens by afternoon. Flurry bands or snow showers will be around but no real accumulation is likely across southeast Wisconsin. Friday night will be chilly with low temperatures in the lower-teens in Milwaukee to single digits inland. The weekend begins cold with sunshine on Saturday and high temperatures in the low-twenties. Sunday starts a new warm-up with partly cloudy skies and a high temperature near thirty degrees.