After a snowy Saturday we’re waking up to temperatures in the single digits and wind chill values below zero. Today will be quiet and dry but cold. Expect partly cloudy skies with highs near 15° and wind chill values between -5 & -15. Tonight will be frigid with a slight chance for flurries otherwise partly cloudy with lows in the single digits; wind chill values will be as low as 10 below.
On Monday we’ll be tracking another system which could potentially bring more accumulating snow to SE Wisconsin. So expect increasing clouds throughout the day on Monday with a chance for scattered snow showers; highs will range from the teens to lower 20s. On Tuesday snow looks likely with 1-4” of snow possible. Afternoon highs will climb into the lower 30s. More scattered snow showers will be possible Wednesday morning then we’ll see gradually clearing and gusty winds by the afternoon with highs in the mid 20s.