The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Sunday night has temperatures actually warming up into the upper-30's as the night wears on. There have been a few thunderstorms that have also That means any stray pocket of sleet and freezing rain will change over to a few scattered showers or patchy drizzle. This will not be a major icing event. Either way, the National Weather Service has a ***Winter Weather Advisory rolling until late tonight for the whole area.*** to account for any precipitation freezing on the ground.
Monday will be mild and a little foggy. We could see a few scattered, light showers or drizzle, but the day will not be a washout. Highs will top out in the low-40's.
Monday night, scattered showers develop with mild conditions. Overnight lows will be above freezing in the mid-30's.
Tuesday, scattered showers or possibly even a T'storm will develop and it's going to be warm out. Highs will top out in the low-50's the way things look right now.
A strong cold front rolls through on Tuesday night bringing precipitation along with it out of here.
Wednesday through the next weekend will be cold again and windy to end the week. Wednesday, temperatures will fall through the 20's as the day wears on, then we will only make it into the teens Thursday and Friday.