The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Thursday has clouds and mild temperatures. It will be a little breezy, but temperatures will be well above average with highs in the upper-40's. There could be a stray sprinkle or light shower, but most of the day will be quiet.
Tonight, a weak cool front will be rolling through the area. Along that front, a few scattered, light showers may move through the area. Anyone who would see rain would not have it all night. Overnight lows will bottom out in the mid-30's for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and low-30's for inland areas and Waukesha's temperature.
With that front out of here on Friday, most of the day will be quiet with a slight chance of a morning flurry or sprinkle. Highs will top out in the low-40's.
Friday night, another warm front creeps a little closer. That could kick of a rain or snow shower, though it doesn't seem to be anything major.
We will be between systems on Saturday during the day, so that means we should stay dry. Highs will top out in the low-40's with partly cloudy skies.
The next, more significant system rolls through on Sunday. Of course, the temperature is going to be key here. As of the latest data, it will be wrapping in some milder air. This means that in southeast Wisconsin, the bulk of this precipitation may fall as rain. We could mix in a little snow off to the northwest. By the time the colder air wraps in, the main part of this system will be out of here. Again, that as of the latest data. We have over 1,000 miles to go and 3 days left before it gets here.