After some strong storms rolled through northern portions of the Pioneer Valley Sunday night, the National Weather Service has canceled all severe weather watches and warnings that were in effect for the region.
Some storm cells produced heavy downpours through the early evening hours.
Those storms have now left the area and temperatures will fall back to near 70 degrees overnight.
Monday is shaping up to be another hazy, hot, and humid day - with temperatures approaching 90 degrees and dew points in the 60s. However, unlike Sunday, storms are not expected for the start of the work week.
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