The skies remain clear on Tuesday nigh but southwesterly winds should keep the temperatures from dropping to low and will range from the mid to upper-teens across southeast Wisconsin. A weak storm system approaches from the West tomorrow leading to more clouds and enough moisture to squeeze out some passing snow showers or flurries, though nothing significant should accumulate. It will be a mild day with highs in the mid 30s, but a wind gusting to 30mph will make it feel much colder. High pressure then returns along with quiet conditions for the balance of the work week and the first half of the weekend before an Arctic blast sets its sites on our area for the beginning of next week. Thursday will be a small preview as temperatures drop into the twenties for daytimne high temperatures.