Sunny skies and warm weather gave way to heavy rain and cooler temperatures during Memorial Day Weekend.
Tropical Depression Bonnie moved into our area around 6 p.m. Sunday. While Bonnie weakened from a tropical storm to a tropical depression, it the storm still packed a punch, bringing downpours to some areas overnight.
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The system poured an average of more than an inch of rain an hour in some places before moving out as it continued north up the coast.
Though the bulk of Bonnie was out by mid-morning Monday, spotty showers and clouds will be the theme of the day for most of the area, with the possibility of a stray thunderstorm or two in some places.
In addition to the rain, temperatures dropped slightly on Monday, with highs reaching into the 70s in most areas.
A drying trend will start overnight Monday into Tuesday, bringing sun back for much of the remainder of the week. Rain is expected to return on the weekend.
Several towns canceled their Memorial Day Parades ahead of the rain. Click here to see a list of cancellations.
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