A pedestrian walks along Route 25 in Coram as clouds began...

A pedestrian walks along Route 25 in Coram as clouds began to give way to sunshine on Saturday. Credit: Newsday/John Paraskevas

Well at least these April showers may bring May flowers.

The deluge of rain that soaked the region overnight and into early Saturday has finally let up with the sun poking out in the afternoon.

Saturday's forecast calls for temperatures in the mid-50s to low 60s with winds of up to 10 mph and gusts as high as 20 mph, according to the National Weather Service in Upton.

The overnight forecast calls for much of the same, with the chance of rain early Sunday and throughout much of the day. Temperatures on Sunday could peak into the low-60s and in mid-to-high 50s on the East End.

The start of the workweek brings more rain and a chance of thunderstorms with temperatures in the low-60s, the weather service said. 

The sun is expected to finally return Tuesday with clear skies and temperatures in the low 60s.

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