The southeast Wisconsin, Waukesha and Milwaukee forecast for the rest of your Thursday has some more drizzle and scattered, light showers, but the heaviest rain is over. All of us are still dealing with all of this water running off though into the local streams, rivers and lakes and that's causing some big problems for some folks. The soil is completely saturated so there's nowhere for the water to go, even if it's just a little. To make matters worse, some people dealt with what's called a "wake low pressure" this morning. That means some people had wind that was 50 to 60 miles per hour. With the saturated soil, it may have tipped some trees over.
Tonight, there will still be some drizzle, scattered showers or possibly a little snow or even a bit of freezing rain. Any snow accumulation would be little to anything at all. Slippery roads or flash-freezing will not be a problem tonight either. Overnight lows will bottom out in the mid-30's.
There will be another chance of a little drizzle, scattered rain or even snow showers for your Friday. If there is any snow, the accumulation would be light. Highs might top out in the mid-40's.
There's going to be another small chance of a rain or snow shower Friday night, but it won't be major. Lows will bottom out in the upper-20's.
Saturday looks to be the dry day of the upcoming week. Unfortunately, it's also going to be breezy and cool. Highs will only top out in the low-40's under partly to mostly cloudy skies.
Right now, it looks like more rain or even a T'storm will develop on Sunday, but temperatures will rebound a bit in the low-50's.