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Monday morning will start off with foggy an cloudy conditions with a chance for scattered showers mixing in as well. Showers are expected to be more brief during the morning hours with temperatures increasing to the mid-70s by noontime.

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The afternoon hours will have several opportunities for scattered showers and thunderstorms, staying mostly cloudy otherwise. Not expecting a washout with constant widespread rain, but the threat is there for downpours associated with some of these storms which could lead to localized street flooding. Be weather aware during your evening commute for the potential for flooded roadways. Highs during the afternoon will be in the upper 70s.

We will also be in a marginal risk for excessive rainfall Monday with the risk of localized street flooding due to downpours associated with storms moving through the area.

Humidity is expected to be a factor well into this week with more opportunities for showers as well towards the mid-week.

Here’s a look at the rainfall totals from Sunday afternoon’s storms. Cranston, RI almost reaching 3 inches of rain!


We continue to monitor Hurricane Lee closely. The hurricane has strengthened again to a Category 3 and is expected to continue to strengthen to a Category 4 within the next day or so. The storm continues to move northwestward and will miss the Caribbean islands, but a heavy surf and dangerous rip currents are expected there. Lee is expected to start turning north in the coming days, but the long term track as far as possible impacts in southern New England is uncertain. Keep checking back in with us for any updates.

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