Clouds roll in overnight and that will keep temperatures from falling very low by morning. low temperatures will be in the upper-twenties in most locations across southeast Wisconsin. Temperatures will continue a warming trend as we pick up more Pacific air flowing our way. There will be growing moisture, too. However, with no big triggers in the atmosphere, it appears the biggest impact will be more clouds, some fog, and patchy drizzle beginning Thursday night into Friday. The snow-free streak continues with no end in sight as readings rise into the low to midd-fifties by the weekend.