The remnants of Hurricane Sandy have backed up far enough to continue affecting our weather. We'll notice a couple of impacts. First, thin clouds will filter our sunshine around Southeast Wisconsin. The bigger issue, though will be stronger winds. North to Northwest winds will gust to more than 30 miles per hour creating large waves on Lake Michigan. Gale warnings are in effect for our portions of the Lake, where waves could reach 12 to 22 feet. Once winds begin to subside on Thursday, we'll notice more sunshine returning to our skies, but the dry and chilly air will persist right through the end of the week. Low temperatures will be in the low to mid-thirties and high temperatures will remain in the forties.