The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Monday looks quiet with mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will still be above average with readings topping out in the upper-30's.
Tonight also looks mostly cloudy and quiet with lows in the 20's.
A weak disturbance will be rolling north as Tuesday progresses. Because of this, we could see a stray light rain or snow shower, but this shouldn't be significant. It also won't be an all-day event, either. Highs Tuesday will top out around 40.
There's a chance of a rain or snow shower in the evening on Tuesday night, but most of that should be moving on out. Overnight lows will bottom out around 30 for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and upper-20's for inland areas and Waukesha's temperatures.
***WINTER STORM WATCH GOES INTO EFFECT FOR FOND DU LAC AND DODGE
Wednesday is fine during the day, but things really start to change on Wednesday night as a strong area of low pressure rolls our way. Some folks could start off with rain further to the southeast and by Lake Michigan. Further to the northwest, you may mix in a little more snow. The northwest may wake up with some light accumulation with many others with mainly rain as of the latest data. Highs will top out in the low-40's with nighttime lows above freezing to the southeast.
Thursday, this storm system will still be rolling on through with snow in some parts of the area, and probably more rain along Lake Michigan and further southeast. The way it stands, the more moderate snow accumulation would be further to the northwest with little to no accumulation along Lake Michigan and further to the southeast. As the system gets closer, the forecast track may be adjusted.