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  • A weak storm could develop over the Atlantic Monday, Storm Team 4 says[hhmc]

  • The weak system could produce a round of scattered showers, particularly during the afternoon, according to Storm Team 4[hhmc]

  • Visibility may be limited Monday morning due to heavy fog in parts of the area [hhmc]

Though a mostly dry Easter Sunday was expected, a few areas in tri-state experienced some rain, giving way to even more possible showers Monday, according to Storm Team 4.

Visibility may be limited Monday morning due to heavy fog in parts of the area as temperature highs are expected to reach the 70s, according to Storm Team 4.

However, a weak storm could develop over the Atlantic Monday, which could produce a round of scattered showers, particularly during the afternoon.

The mostly dry weather during the Sunday holiday came after a powerful storm system made its way up the East Coast and left pockets of heavy rain on the tri-state Saturday, though the impact was much less severe than in regions further to the south.

The heaviest showers were slated to fall on Long Island, Storm Team 4 said, with Suffolk County in particular likely to face the brunt of the wet weather.

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