The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Monday, has a few flurries, sprinkles, rain and snow showers with little to no accumulation. Highs Today will top out around 40, with cooler readings to the west and north.
Tonight on the back side of this low pressure, we could see a few scattered flurries or a snow shower. Lows will be in the mid-20's.
Tuesday the wind will be a little stronger than the last few days and we could a few flurries snow shower. It shouldn't be a big deal under mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will be cooler than average with readings in the mid-30's.
Tuesday night, we could see a few flurries and that wind will still be hanging around. Overnight lows will bottom out around 20.
Wednesday looks breezy, but quiet with seasonably cool conditions. Highs will barely make it above freezing.
Thursday looks okay at the moment with highs in the mid-30's. All these temperatures are below average, and I don't see any big warm-ups within the next 7 days. I also don't see any big storm systems either.