The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Saturday night should be relatively quiet. With northeasterly winds, we could see a few lake effect flurries or snow showers, but most of the night will be fine. Overnight lows in the mid-20's for our lakefront communities and low-20's for Waukesha's temperatures and inland areas.
Some of us will see some light snow developing as the day wears on for Sunday. The farther south you live, the better your chance of seeing any of this activity. If the Lake stays out of this and the storm system stays it's course, we'll only see a trace to up to 1 inch out of this. Most of this will melt on the pavement, at least during the day. If you live farther to the north, you might not see much of anything. Winds will be picking up with highs in the mid-30's. Still way below average for this time of year.
The main batch of light snow moves out of here on Sunday evening. We could see a few lake effect flurries or snow showers after that. Accumulation will be minimal. Overnight lows in the mid-20's for our lakefront communities and low-20's for Waukesha's temperatures and inland areas.
Monday will be blustery and cool for this time of year. With winds out of the NNE, we could see a few lake effect flurries or snow showers. Highs will only top out in the mid-30's.
Tuesday, we could see a lake effect flurry, but most of the day will be partly to mostly cloudy and quiet. Highs will top out in the upper-30's.
We're going to be making a little progress with 40's in the forecast by Thursday. That's not above average though. We could do much better than this.