Hope everyone had a nice long holiday weekend. We’re looking at drier conditions as we head through Monday.

To recap, here are some of the rainfall totals from Sunday evening.

Winds were also very much a factor. Most areas along the coast saw gusts between 30 and 40 mph. Martha’s Vineyard gusted to 37 mph and New Bedford gusted to 31 mph.

Look for clouds to be around during the early to mid-morning hours with perhaps a sprinkle or two as the leading edge of colder air works in for Monday afternoon.

Skies will continue to clear out overnight but more clouds are expected to move in with a few sprinkles as well as we head through Monday morning as a second front moves through

Most of the area just sees some clouds but a shower is possible. If you’re hoping for sunshine, the afternoon looks like the best bet as cooler and drier air works in.

Temperatures fall through the day on Monday and back into the 40s for the afternoon, so the actual “high” temperature will be recorded early Monday morning.

Watching mid-week for more rain and wind.

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