The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Sunday night will be very cold as well with a few areas inland dipping below zero. Wind chills will range from 0 to -15. Speaking of wind chills, the National Weather Service in Sullivan is going to start a **Wind Chill Advisory for Fond du Lac and Sheboygan Counties starting at 4AM Monday, all the way through Noon on Tuesday.*** Overnight lows will be in the mid-single digits for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures, and single digits below zero for our inland areas and Waukesha temperatures.
Monday, another reinforcing shot of cold air and wind will kick down the temperatures even colder than Sunday. 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.
Monday night will be the coldest night of the week. Not only that, we're going to have wind to contend with as well. Because of that, the National Weather Service in Sullivan is going to start another **Wind Chill Advisory for the rest of us starting at 4PM Monday, all the way through Noon on Tuesday.*** Wind chills late Monday night will feel like they're between -15 to -25 below. Overnight lows will be in the low-single digits below zero for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures, and upper single digits below zero for our inland areas and Waukesha temperatures. That's much colder than we've been used to around here.
Tuesday will still be very cold after an early morning with temperatures below zero. Highs will top out in the upper-single digits again with a pretty good breeze still in-place. Wind chills will once again feel like -10 to -20 with the coldest readings to the north.
We will hold onto the cold temperatures through Wednesday with highs that day in the upper-teens. Luckily there will be less wind.
There's a chance of a light snow on Thursday and Thursday night.
We finally might hit 30 by next Sunday.