High clouds from hurricane Sandy are moving west and have passaed across southeast Wisconsin tonight. The wind field from this post tropical storm system will reach eastern Wisconsin by morning and that will bring very strong winds to the area on Tuesday, along with partly cloudy skies. The atmospheric pattern will be "backed up" so we won't see any significant West to East progression of rain or sniow but we will see strong winds. This could produce large waves and even some flooding along the shores of Lake Michigan. Don't be surprise to see high wind warnings tomorrow in the lakeside counties.