The worst of the nor'easter is behind us. The system pulls away from our area overnight into Monday morning. It still has some hold on us to start the work week with a light breeze still possible Monday. Clouds remain overhead tonight and tomorrow. Light rain or drizzle or mist is expected in some areas Sunday night.
Monday doesn't look to be completely dry. A few showers are possible in the morning hours and then another decent chance comes later in the day. Light rain may continue to sprinkle in some areas through the day. Highs Monday reach near 50° once again.
Coastal flood advisories and warnings continue into Monday. Any warnings for coastal flooding expire early Monday morning while the advisories remain in place through Monday afternoon. Minor flooding is still a concern for the early Monday morning and Monday afternoon high tide cycles in multiple locations.
We have several days of dry, sunny and a bit warmer weather on the way for midweek.
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