Decreasing clouds after sleet-snow mix hits southeast Wisconsin

CREATED Jan. 13, 2013 - UPDATED: Jan. 13, 2013

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MILWAUKEE - After some freezing drizzle, sleet and snow fell overnight, many roads, driveways and sidewalks are glazed over in a slick layer of ice so there are a lot of slick spots this morning.  Temperatures are not going to warm up high enough to melt that layer away so take it easy until the roads are fully treated. 

Temperatures will be steady today in the low 20s with cloud cover decreasing from west to east.  In addition to colder air returning to southeastern Wisconsin, we have to deal with breezy conditions.  Temperatures drop into the single digits for many tonight, with the wind it will feel more like zero to five degrees so bundle the kids up heading back to school on Monday.

Temperatures stay seasonably cool for Monday and Tuesday with mostly sunny skies but it will still be breezy.  We warm back into the 30s for Wednesday, though a few flurries are possible.  Highs will be more mild for the end of the week with another chance of flurries and light snow on Saturday.