The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Sunday night will be quiet with clear to partly cloudy skies. With all the melting today and the cooling temperatures tonight, we could see a little freezing fog, but it shouldn't be a major problem. Overnight lows will bottom out in the upper-teens for our lakefront communities and Milwaukee temperatures and mid-teens for Waukesha's temperature and inland areas.
Monday will have more cloudiness than Sunday, but will still be fairly nice. Winds won't be strong and the day will be dry. Highs will top out in the upper-30's, so we'll be doing some melting, again.
Monday night will be quiet with increasing clouds. Lows will be in the mid-20's.
Tuesday goes downhill as the day goes on. Some snow will develop from south to north, with most of this developing in the afternoon. By the end of the day, folks to the southeast could see 1-2 inches, while further to the north, you'll total only a trace to 1 inch.
The snow will continue at times on Tuesday night with blustery conditions. This snow won't do much blowing and drifting though as it will be of the heavier, wetter snow. We'll add another 1-2 inches as the night goes on.
A little more snow will probably hang on into Wednesday. It looks like another inch or so. If you notice, this is kind of going to be a longer duration event, instead of one, big heavy event. Basically, this won't be a big snowstorm, but you'll still have to do some shoveling. From Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night, we should see between 3-5 inches for folks further to the southeast and 2-4 inches for folks further to the northwest.
We may have to do some adjusting with the snow totals as the models are still fluctuating a bit.
Temperatures will hover around average for most of the upcoming week. No polar blasts.