A very wet pattern has settled into eastern Wisconsin and after a half inch to three-quarters of an inch on Monday more rain is on the way for Tuesday through Thursday. The heaviest rainfall should come in on Wednesday. Skies will be cloudy overnight Monday through Tuesday with some patchy fog and temperatures in the upper-thirties. Clouds will also be around for much of the week. Temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday will be in the low-forties lakeside to middle or upper-forties inland. Colder air rolls in behind the storm on Thursday and that brings a little snow mixed in with the rain. The will be a minor warm-up over the weekend.