By Zack Green

BOSTON (CBS) — After a day’s worth beneficial rain on Sunday, the skies have cleared and by the looks of it, Monday seems promising! However, as the blue sky returns, the winds become a concern.

A High Wind Warning and Wind Advisory are in effect through 4 p.m. Monday for all of Massachusetts.

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The numerical difference between a “warning” and an “advisory” is just 5-to-10 mph. That said, Worcester County has been placed under the more elevated “warning” category as the threat to damage and power outages is more imminent.

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Hy-Line service has also been effected. Ferries to and from Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket have been canceled due to high winds.

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Wind speeds will diminish Monday evening. Tuesday and Wednesday will be calmer with afternoon highs reaching the low to mid 60’s.

Zack Green