The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Friday will be mild, but windy. There is some sunshine in plenty of locations and that will help bump our temperatures up into the low-40's.
Tonight will be mild and quite breezy. Things look quiet though with overnight lows around the freezing mark. That's actually above the average high of 29.
Saturday looks like a fairly quiet day, besides some wind during the daytime hours. We could see a morning sprinkle or flurry, but otherwise, there should be some breaks of sun. Get ready for more mild temps with highs in the low-40's. Don't get used to it though because things will be drastically changing.
The big change in the temperatures starts on Saturday night. Not only will the temperatures be quickly falling, but the winds are going to be cranking as well. Some of the gusts will be over 40 MPH which is pretty strong. To cap it off, temperatures will fall into the single-digits overnight.
Sunday, the cold will be firmly in-place. We could see a stray snow shower or flurry, but the big story will be the cold. Highs will struggle to make it into the mid-teens with blustery winds. Wind chills will be between -5 and -15.
Sunday night will be very cold as well.
Monday looks to be the coldest day of this upcoming week. Temperatures will probably not even make it out of the single digits. Add in some wind, and our wind chills will make it feel like it's -10 to -20 outside. The sun will not help out much.
We will hold onto the bitter temperatures through Wednesday.