The region will dry out on Monday after Sunday’s soaking rain.

Weak high pressure will settle over the region providing dry conditions and a good deal of sunshine.

The National Weather Service says some flooding is expected in southwest Connecticut along the Long Island Sound shoreline. “During the times of high tide from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday there should be brief minor flooding at the most vulnerable locations near the waterfront and shoreline.”

Temperatures on Monday will average a few degrees above normal. High temperatures will range mainly in the lower and middle 60s.

Clouds will move in from the east during this evening, with a slight chance of very light rain and drizzle developing. The cloudy and unsettled weather will continue into Tuesday. There will be a chance of rain and drizzle with temperatures mainly inthe upper 50s and lower 60s.

Warmer air will then begin to move in Tuesday night resulting in light rain and drizzle, along with areas of fog. Temperatures will climb above normal for Tuesday night into Wednesday with the unsettled weather continuing into the mid week.

Rain is expected on Halloween night.

Total rainfall for the month at Sikorsky Memorial Airport in Stratford is 5.27 inches - 3.2 inches above average.

Sunday’s rainfall totals

East Lyme: 3:14 inches

Westport: 3.04 inches

Norwalk: 2.99 inches

Mystic: 2.90 inches

Stratford: 2.84 inches

Waterford: 2.84 inches

New London: 2.73 inches

Clinton: 2.69 inches

Fairfield: 2.62 inches

Stratford: 2.60 inches

Milford: 2.47 inches

Groton: 2.47 inches

Branford: 2.36 inches

Westbrook: 2.29 inches

Darien: 2.27 inches

Tweed-New Haven Airport: 2.19 inches

Hamden: 2.18 inches

Guilford: 2.12 inches

Sikorsky Memorial Airport, Stratford: 2.12 inches

North Haven: 2.09 inches

Stamford: 2 inches

Greenwich: 1.96 inches

Woodbridge: 1.94 inches

Woodmont: 1.93 inches

Killingworth: 1.88 inches

Wallingford: 1.81 inches

Shelton: 1.80 inches

Meriden: 1.80 inches

Durham: 1.73 inches

Bridgeport: 1.71 inches

Norwich: 1.68 inches

Bristol: 1.63 inches

West Hartford: 1.63 inches

Burlington: 1.61 inches

Newington: 1.60 inches

Monroe: 1.60 inches

Southington: 1.60 inches

Seymour: 1.52 inches

Wethersfield: 1.44 inches

Southbury: 1.43 inches

Bethany: 1.42 inches

Newtown: 1.42 inches

Ridgefield: 1.41 inches

Windsor Locks: 1.41 inches

Bethel: 1.39 inches

Litchfield: 1.36 inches

Middlefield: 1:36 inches

Hartford: 1.34 inches

Waterbury-Oxford Airport: 1.33 inches

Redding: 1.33 inches

Trumbull: 1.30 inches

Wilton: 1.29 inches

Danbury airport: 1.26 inches

New Hartford: 1.22 inches

Brookfield: 1.18 inches

Sources: Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network and the National Weather Service.