Live blog: The very latest on the 2018 Boston Marathon

Follow the latest reports from Hopkinton to Boston on Marathon Monday below.

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Desiree Linden says ‘6th time’s a charm’ on Boston Marathon win (5 p.m.)

Here are six inspiring finishes from the race so far (3 p.m.)

MEMA releases number of runners who have sought medical treatment so far (2:46 p.m.)

A runner is helped across the finish line. —John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe

Meb Keflezighi says Monday’s race had the “toughest conditions” he’s ever run in (2 p.m.)

Meb Keflezighi approaches the finish line of the 122nd Boston Marathon. —Jessica Rinaldi / The Boston Globe

Boston Marathon bombing survivor Patrick Downes says he gets “choked up every time” he participates in the race (1:25 p.m.) 

Here’s the latest forecast from the National Weather Service (1:15 p.m.)

Here are the top 10 men’s and women’s finishers (1 p.m.)

This is what Desiree Linden said after her Boston Marathon win (12:48 p.m.)

Yuki Kawauchi is the men’s winner of the 2018 Boston Marathon (12:18 p.m.)

Yuki Kawauchi, of Japan, wins the 122nd Boston Marathon. He is the first Japanese man to win the race since 1987. —AP Photo/Elise Amendola

American Desiree Linden wins the 2018 Boston Marathon (12:12 p.m)

Desiree Linden, of Washington, Michigan, wins the women’s division of the 122nd Boston Marathon. —Charles Krupa / AP

American Desiree Linden has taken the lead in the Elite Women’s race (11:54 a.m.)

Wellesley police say runners are being treated for cold-related injuries (11:42 a.m.) 

Tatyana McFadden wins women’s push-rim wheelchair race (11:09 a.m.)

Tatyana McFadden, of the United States, hoists the trophy after winning the women’s wheelchair division of the 122nd Boston Marathon. —Elise Amendola / AP

Marcel Hug wins men’s push-rim wheelchair race (10:50 a.m.)

Marcel Hug
Marcel Hug, of Switzerland, crosses the finish line to win the men’s wheelchair division of the 122nd Boston Marathon. —Charles Krupa / AP

The elite men — and wave one participants — have left Hopkinton (10:05 a.m.)

Runners are heading to the starting line (10 a.m.)

The elite women have started the race (9:39 a.m.)

Hand-cycle and duo competitors are headed toward Boston (9:25 a.m.)

Both the men’s and women’s push-rim wheelchair races are underway (9:07 a.m.)

Mobility impaired participants have started the race (8:59 a.m)

Mobility impaired participants at the start. —David L. Ryan / The Boston Globe

This is what Meb Keflezighi had to say about the weather (7:55 a.m.)

Here’s the latest forecast from the National Weather Service for Marathon Monday (7:46 a.m.)

There’s snow on the ground in Hopkinton (7:43 a.m.)

Jordan Hasay, who finished third in the Boston Marathon in 2017, announced Sunday she was withdrawing from the race ( 7:15 a.m.)

Runners are boarding buses at Boston Common, which will take them to the marathon starting line in Hopkinton (7 a.m., Monday)

Here’s a look at the timing of Monday’s precipitation (11 p.m., Sunday)

As you’ve probably heard by now, Marathon Monday in 2018 is expected to be cold and wet — for starters, the Red Sox-Orioles game has already been postponed.

David Epstein has a full look at Monday’s weather, but the National Weather Service posted a graphic on Twitter that’ll give you a sense of when the rain is going to fall:

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