STATEWIDE -- Some areas are still seeing some rain, but most of the severe weather has come to an end.
There were scattered reports of flash flooding, and some tree limbs down. If you approach any water on area roadways, do not attempt to drive through it.
According to the National Weather Service, no tornadoes touched down. However, heavy showers with wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour earlier this afternoon downed several trees and power lines.
No widespread damage has been reported. Several after-school activities were cancelled due to the severe weather threat.
Temperatures are expected to return to more seasonable levels on Tuesday.
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