Rainfall totals through Monday morning varied from three-quarters of an inch to more than two inches, but one thing that was uniform is that it was much-needed rain for everyone.

Some of the rain may have caused minor flooding, so be on the lookout for swollen streams and creeks.

The area will be left with some lingering showers Monday afternoon. Areas south and east of Allentown will see more activity than those north and west. Otherwise, skies will remain rather cloudy as temperatures top out in the upper-70s.

While a leftover shower may still be hanging around the viewing area Monday evening, the trend overnight will be toward clearing out. Therefore, look for the clouds to gradually break up, but because of all the moisture at the surface and calm winds, we will also see areas of fog form. Temperatures will fall into the low-60s.

After the morning fog burns off Tuesday the area will experience sunshine and patchy clouds during the afternoon. Daytime high temperatures on Tuesday will extend into the mid-80s as the dew points slowly drop.

Wednesday will feature even more sunshine throughout the day as high temperatures once again reach the mid-80s.