A large storm system is passing to our south but it will bring in more clouds tonight to keep our temperatures in the upper teens, though slightly cooler to the north. This storm system may bring a few flurries to the area through 4am but little to no accumulation is expected. The wind is much lighter today and tonight so wind chills will not be a big issue at the bus stop on Monday morning. The work week will start mild with mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies and highs close to 30 degrees.
Tuesday will be colder with an increasing wind from the west to add an extra chill to highs in the 20s but it will be partly sunny so overall not a terrible December day. The wind will settle on Wednesday but with a clear sky it will be a chilly start to the day with lows in the single digits and low teens, only warming into the low 20s by the afternoon despite a deceiving sunshine.
Mid-30s return for Thursday with a bit more wind but we continue to stay dry through the day and even into Friday with more clouds rolling in. A light wintry mix is possible on Saturday but this does not look to be a major storm system at this point, that potential is still looming for after Christmas.
HERE'S YOUR LATEST STORM TEAM WEATHER FORECAST FOR MILWAUKEE AND SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN BY JESSE RITKA
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds with flurries possible after 11pm.
Wind: WSW 3-8 mph.
MONDAY: Mostly to partly cloudy.
Wind: Bec. W 3-8 mph.
TUESDAY: Partly sunny, breezy and cold.
Wind: W 10-15 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and cold.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny, breezy and mild.