The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Sunday night will have snow rolling in late tonight. This is another on of those weak clippers rolling on through. Right now, it looks like the further you live to the southwest, the more snow you will see out of this. The bulk of the snow will fall through the overnight with totals of 1 to 3 inches by morning. Again, the higher end of that range is going to be to the south and southwest. If we see something called "convective snowfall" some may end up with more snow than this. Because of all of this, the National Weather Service in Sullivan will put a ***Winter Weather Advisory into effect late tonight until 9AM Monday for all counties except for Fond du Lac, and Sheboygan.
Monday, we will start off with some morning snow, but that should come to an end as the morning wears on. An additional 1 inch or less is expected. This will bring event totals from 1-3" and 2-4" to the south and southwest. Again, if there's a little bit of this convective snow, a few spots could see some higher totals. Either way, this won't be too heavy to move around. Just take it slow for the morning commute. Highs Monday will top out in the low 20's.
Monday night's commute will be just fine if your road was treated earlier in the day. It will be cold though with overnight lows in the upper-single digits for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and low-single digits for our inland areas and Waukesha temperature.
Tuesday, 1 to 2 inches more of light snow is on the way with highs in the upper-20's.
The moderating trend in temperatures will pop us into the 30's from Wednesday into next weekend. There's another shot at snow on Thursday, but the bigger weathermaker of the last 10 days will come into next Sunday. That could bring rain and snow to the area. Yes, one of those systems.