Clouds have settled in which are the first sign of a new storm system for Friday and Friday night. Overnight low temperatures will be in the mid to upper-twenties across southeast Wisconsin. This next system is slightly more vigorous and should bring precipitation by Friday afternoon. The temperature profile in the atmopshere should support a rain/snow mix at the start, but cold air filtering in behind the disturbance will mean a change over to snow by Friday evening with snow tapering off late Friday night. There could be some areas with accumulation of a couple inches, particularly to the North of Milwaukee. Seasonally warmer air works in briefly with high temperatures in the upper-thirties for Friday before readings drop off back to the low-30's with a much drier weekend.