(Undated) -- Monday's storm was a windy soaker in parts of Rhode Island. The National Weather Service says the wettest spot was Smithfield, where two-point-three-two inches of rain was measured, and more than two inches fell in Burrillville, North Providence and the Coventry village of Greene, as well. The top wind gust was 58 miles per hour, measured in Warwick. About 16-hundred power outages that were reported throughout the state by National Grid were resolved as of overnight, according to the utility's online outage map.
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