Tonight will still be a bit breezy early with clouds decreasing and a bit of patchy frost, especially away from Lake Michigan. Overnight lows range from 28 degrees well inland to 33 degrees at the lakeshore. There should be plenty of sunshine on Wednesday but temperatures will continue to be seasonably cool with high temperatures in the upper-forties and low-fifties across southeast Wisconsin. The big high pressure system causing the cool air is sliding east and that means southerly winds will return to bring a warm-up that starts on Thursday and continues into the weekend. Rain will also return but not until late Friday and the weekend, also.