The forecast for this third week of January is inconsistent and bouncy. There are several chances for light snow as well as a few shots to fall below zero. Regardless, it's a stereotypical winter week in Wisconsin.
Monday starts with a few flurries and temperatures around 20. Winds will come in from the north at 5 to 15 mph keeping wind chills in the teens as high temperatures stall in the mid 20s.
A cold front will finishes passing the region through Monday afternoon which could, at any point, drop some flurries in the area. Overnight, if the cloud cover clears enough, temps will fall below 0 with wind chills in the double digit negatives Tuesday morning.
If we keep the clouds around, temperatures will hold above 0 but the wind chills will not waiver. Ultimately, it will be a cold Tuesday with high temperatures getting stuck in the teens.
Then, it's back to the 30s for Wednesday with another shot at snow. There is no good chance for measurable snow through the first half of this week, but small batches of flurries each day are still likely.