The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Sunday night has cold air and some areas of frost, especially inland. There's a FROST ADVISORY FOR ALL COUNTIES EXCEPT FOR MILWAUKEE AND OZAUKEE issued by our friends at the National Weather Service in Sullivan. With clear skies, it's going to be cold out there. Overnight lows will bottom out in the lower-40's for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and around freezing for our inland areas and Waukesha temperatures. Even if you live by Lake Michigan, you still could see some patchy frost.
Monday will be warmer, but it comes with a catch. It's going to be windy with SW winds gusting over 30 MPH at times. Mostly sunny skies will be the rule with highs around 70.
Monday night will not have any frost. It will be mostly clear with lows around 50 for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and around mid-40's for our inland areas and Waukesha temperatures.
Tuesday will still be mild with highs in the low-70's. If you live by Lake Michigan, it will cool down a bit in the afternoon. We will see a few clouds as a weak front rolls through.
Wednesday looks quiet with highs in the mid-60's.
We still need rain and there won't be much of it for most of the upcoming week.