Highs Monday top out in the upper 30s and it will be a windy day with gusts up to 40 mph. Snow holds off until the afternoon, starting first in our western counties and spreading east through late afternoon. Snow will continue through Monday night, tapering off late.
In total, anywhere from 1-4" is expected, with lower amounts farther north, higher amounts south and west. There is a chance for a little freezing drizzle late Monday into very early Tuesday. Roads will be slushy and potentially slick in spots for the Monday evening commute.
Tuesday will be mainly cloudy with highs around 40. Wednesday is partly cloudy with highs in the low 40s. There is a slight chance for showers, mainly south of Milwaukee, on Thursday. Thursday and Friday are breezy with highs in the low to mid 40s.
Temperatures will be a little warmer by next weekend.
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds, windy
Wind: NE 15-20 G30 mph
MONDAY: Cloudy with afternoon/evening snow, windy
Wind: E 15-20 G40 mph
TUESDAY: Ch AM Snow shower or drizzle, then mostly cloudy
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy
THURSDAY: Mainly cloudy, slight chance showers south
FRIDAY: Partly sunny