BOSTON (AP) — Snow and rain has ended across southern New England, and a mostly mild dry, if slushy, day is expected before more cold sets in for the beginning of the week.

The National Weather Service says unofficial snowfall reports from the weekend storm ranged from 7 or 8 inches in northern Connecticut and 6 inches in western Massachusetts to a couple of inches in eastern areas. Four-inch amounts were reported in northwestern Rhode Island. Boston had around an inch.

Temperatures are expected to drop from the 30s into the low teens and even single digits overnight. Forecasters warn that slush and wet roads will refreeze.

Monday’s highs are expected to be in the teens to low 20s with bitter wind. Lows Monday night are expected to be a few degrees either side of zero in many areas.

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