Tonight a weak cold front swings through after midnight, keeping us cloudy and bringing a chance for some drizzle, freezing drizzle and flurries with no accumulation expected. After a weekend of melting however, we will see some of the melted water refreeze overnight leading to some slick spots and potential for black ice on the roadways so take it easy on the morning commute. For the first time in four days: temperatures will be in the upper 20s to start the work week and climb into the mid-30s again under a cloudy sky, don't expect to see much in terms of sunshine this week.
Tuesday will be mostly cloudy and mild again with highs in the low to mid-30s with a chance for some scattered flurries/light snow with little to no accumulation anticipated. Wednesday and Thursday will be the best chance to see a few breaks in the cloud cover but we are still expecting more clouds than sunshine with highs near 34 degrees both days so the melting continues. An area of low pressure moves through the Midwest Friday and into Saturday to bring a chance for a rain/snow mix though this system doesn't look as impressive as the last three systems we have had falling on Friday/Saturday. Groundhog Day will be partly cloudy with highs in the upper 30s before temperatures start to slide back into the 20s by the middle of the first week of February.
HERE'S YOUR LATEST STORM TEAM WEATHER FORECAST FOR MILWAUKEE AND SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN BY JESSE RITKA
TONIGHT: Cloudy with drizzle/flurries late, refreezing of melted snow may create icy spots.
Wind: W 5 mph.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy, mild.
Wind: NW 3-8 mph.
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with scattered flurries.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, mild.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy, mild.