Tonight the clouds will rapidly increase, as will the winds. Low temperatures will be rather mild with temperatures in the mid to upper-twenties in most locations. Tuesday will be cloudy and seasonal and a bit windy as snow will develop by the afternoon with a dusting to a half inch of accumulation possible by the evening commute. The snow will continue into Tuesday night and Wednesday as the low pressure system pull away to our southeast. When all is said and done, SE Wisconisn will end up with 3-5 inches of snow near the lake from Milwaukee south to Kenosha, while the rest of the area gets either 1 to 3 inches well north and 2 to 4 inches everywhere else. A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect at 3 pm on Tuesday afternoon for Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha Counties.