An upper level low combined with some surface energy on the back side of yesterday's departing storm, along with a growing Northwest flow will lead to a good deal of cloudiness to kick off the work week. Look for periods of snow showers and flurries with some minor accumulation in spots. All of this shifts to our East tonight as a ridge takes over and leads to drier days tomorrow and Wednesday with growing sunshine. Temperatures will slide a bit from the weekend, but still be close to the seasonal average 31 degree high temperature. We're monitoring a system which could have an impact on Southeast Wisconsin toward the end of the week, but it doesn't look too significant at this point.
Hang on to your hat and have a great work week!