The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Sunday night will have clouds will be back on the increase with the next storm system heading our way. Most of the night will be quiet. Overnight lows in the mid-20's for our lakefront communities and low-20's for Waukesha's temperatures and inland areas.
Monday, snow will be falling through parts of the day, with the bulk of this falling after the morning rush into the early afternoon. We should see between 1 to 3 inches of snow, with the highest totals farther to the north and west. This will probably taper off and mix with some drizzle as the afternoon wears on. Highs will top out in the mid-30's so salt should work fairly well if there'd be accumulation on the roads.
Most of the snow should be out of here on Monday night with a few flurries or a snow shower possible. It's going to be cold and blustery though with lows in the low- to mid-teens.
Tuesday will be blustery and cold for this time of year. Highs will top out in the mid-20's, which once again is cold for this time of year.
The coldest part of the week looks to be Wednesday. Check this out for a high. Low-20's. That's it. We'll make it back into the 30's by Friday. That's pretty pathetic for any sort of spring-like warmth. At least it looks pretty quiet after Monday. That's the only upside