Drenching downpours and plenty of lightning with some of the storms that rolled through Sunday evening. We're entering a bit of a lull through Monday morning, although a few showers will still be rolling through. Fog will also develop and be around for Monday morning's commute.
For Monday, the day begins on a damp note with some fog and drizzle. A pocket or two of brightening can't be ruled out, but by late morning, an area of steady to heavy rainfall will approach from the SW, moving into SW Maine, then on to the central Maine Highlands by early to mid afternoon and into northern and eastern Maine toward mid to late afternoon. Rainfall totals may reach upwards of an inch, so localized street flooding is possible. Any of the thunderstorms that develop may also produce locally strong winds.
This rain will be out of our hair by later Monday night. Tuesday offers up some sun, but the remainder of the week, including Tuesday, also will feature a smattering of showers...even a thunderstorm in spots. Temperatures will run in the 70s by day and 50s by night.