First Alert: Flooding remains possible with heavy rain expected again Monday

Rain will continue throughout Monday with chances for spotty flooding but drier weather is on the way!

Relentless rain over the weekend washed out and closed roads across the Triangle.

According to ABC11 meteorologists Brittany Bell and Chris Hohmann, the rain is not yet finished. For Monday, showers are most likely to happen in the afternoon and evening.

Spotty flooding remains a possibility, due to the chance for heavy rains on top of already wet ground.

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Monday will also be warm and humid with temperatures in the mid to upper 80s.

VIDEO: Flooding damages Highway 401 in Franklin County
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Water destroyed Highway 401 near the Wake and Franklin county line. Multiple parts of the highway were washed away.

Beautiful weather is expected to move into the area Tuesday afternoon, with temperatures in the upper 70s and low 80s.

Wet weather will return Wednesday with cool temperatures in the high 60s and low 70s with weather drying out on Thursday and Friday.

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The good news for families with Father's Day plans: the weekend outlook is looking sunny and dry.

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