Skies clear out tonight and temperatures will drop once again across the area. Temperatures will range from six to eleven degrees across southeast Wisconsin with wind chilss down to five degrees below zero. The cold air will stick around tomorrow, but with some sunshine we should see high temperatures near thirty degrees. As low pressure stacked in the atmosphere to our East finally departs the region, high pressure will build in and we'll finish the work week with plenty of sunshine. Friday's high temperature jumps to the mid-thirties and then into the upper-thirties for the weekend. The next threat for snow hits on Sunday. Unfortunately there will be no relief from the cold air until the first week of April.