A Windy but Milder Sunday
The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Sunday night will be cool and quiet. Clouds will be slowly on the increase with overnight lows will bottoming out in the mid-teens for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and low-teens for our Waukesha temperatures and inland areas.
Sunday will be a little warmer, but unfortunately it will come with the cost of strong wind at times. Some of the wind gusts could make it up to 35 MPH, but besides that, most of your day should stay dry. The only exception is our northern counties which could see some flurry or sprinkle activity. We'll keep the accumulating snow in northern Wisconsin. You will notice partly to mostly cloudy skies with highs in the low-40's.
Sunday night will still be quite breezy, but it will be quiet. Overnight lows will bottom out in the mid-20's.
Monday, we'll see a little break in between storm systems. It will be breezy, again, with skies becoming partly cloudy at times. High temps will be seasonable with readings topping out in the mid-30's.
Monday night looks quiet as well. Lows will be in the low-20's.
Here we go again for Tuesday and especially Tuesday night with another powerful storm system heading our way. Right now, many of us will start off with a light mix of rain, freezing drizzle and snow and things start to become more widespread on Tuesday night. Right now WHICH COULD CHANGE the further to the southeast you live, the better your chance of seeing mostly rain out of this. If you live further to the northwest, you could see some accumulating snow. There's still plenty of time before this storm gets here. Highs Tuesday will be in the upper-30's.
We should stay quiet Wednesday and Thursday, but have to watch Friday as well.