One week after the warmest February day recorded in Milwaukee it looks like a snow-globe again. The snow has stopped but the roads will take a bit longer to clear off, especially the side-streets and alleyways so take it slow on the morning commute. Expect some clearing by dawn as high pressure approaches, lows will be close to 20 degrees.
Monday will become mostly sunny with seasonably mild temperatures close to freezing, not bad to be shoveling the 3-8"+ of snow we picked up in southeastern Wisconsin. The wind will be light as well so shoveling shouldn't be too terrible of a task if you wait until Monday. Tuesday will see a few more clouds but the wind starts to pick up from the west, adding a bit of a chill to temperatures in the low 30s.
The clouds continue to move in on Wednesday with our next system that may bring some light snow as it clips us to the south heading into Thursday. This doesn't look to be a big snow-maker yet but it will bring the cold and wind back with temperatures falling into the low 20s and teens for Thursday, only warming slightly into Friday for Valentines Day. Another weather-maker is set to move in for the weekend but temperatures will be back in the 30s by then.
HERE'S YOUR LATEST STORM TEAM WEATHER FORECAST FOR MILWAUKEE AND SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN BY JESSE RITKA
TONIGHT: Snow ending then slowly decreasing clouds.
Wind: SW-NW 5-15 mph.
MONDAY: Decreasing clouds, mild.
Wind: NW-SW 5-10 mph.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy, a bit breezy.
Wind: W 10-15 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Increasing clouds with PM snow.
THURSDAY: Snow ending then breezy and cold.