MILWAUKEE (AP) — The freezing temperatures will continue across the state, with snow expected in southeastern Wisconsin and below-average temperatures around the state. The National Weather Service says snow is expected Tuesday night into Wednesday morning in Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha counties. Those areas could see 3 to 5 inches, while further north could see less. Meteorologist Bob McMahon says overnight lows Tuesday in northwestern and north-central Wisconsin could be 5 to 10 degrees below zero. Clouds in the south will keep temperatures warmer, as lows stay in the teens and lower 20s. The weather isn't affecting the Wisconsin Bike Federation's first ever "Winter Walk to School Day" on Wednesday. Youth education program manager Jake Newborn says they're encouraging communities to plan events as a way to promote physical fitness and alternative transportation.