After a few showers and cold air on Monday clouds stick around tonight along with the chilly air. A weak storm system will move in from the Northwest on Election Day leading to rain showers and breezy Southwest winds. Scattered rain showers will be around on Tuesday, so an umbrella would be a good idea as you head to the polls. The rain will not be heavy but more of a nuisance, and should stick around into the evening hours. Skies will finally clear on Wednesday for partly cloudy skies, but it will still be cold with high temperatures both on Tuesday and Wednesday in the mid-forties. Warmer air starts to move back to Wisconsin on Thursday.