Another quick visit from Jack Frost with a brief wintry mix this evening changing quickly over to light snow mainly from Ozaukee county through Waukesha county and southward. Most of this snow will wrap up by 2am but a few light flurries may linger afterward with temperatures falling to 30 in Milwaukee and 20s inland. A dusting to a half an inch of snow is possible on the grass as many of the snowflakes will be melting on the pavement, slightly higher amounts are possible closer to the Illinois state line.
Monday will start out with clouds but the sunshine will try to clear them out by the end of the day. Temperatures will be warmer, in the low 40s and the wind will be lighter to make it feel better as well. There is a chance for some rain showers on Tuesday afternoon and evening as another storm system passes to our south but most of us will be partly cloudy and drier during the day.
Wednesday is the best day out of the week with a high of 53 degrees and partly cloudy skies becoming mostly cloudy by the end of the day. The clouds come in ahead of some showers for Wednesday night and into Thursday morning as a cold front sweeps through to knock temperatures back into the seasonal 40s.
STORM TEAM 4CAST FOR SE WISCONSIN BY METEOROLOGIST JESSE RITKA
TONIGHT: Brief wintry mix changing to snow mainly in the southeast.
Low: 30 Lakefront... 24 Inland.
Wind: SE 5-10 mph.
Snow: Dusting to 1/2" - highest in the southeast.
MONDAY: Decreasing clouds, seasonal.
Wind: Bec. S 5 mph.
TUESDAY: Increasing clouds with PM rain chance mainly south.
WInd: SE 5-15 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Increasing clouds and pleasant.
THURSDAY: Morning chance for light rain then becoming partly cloudy and seasonal.