Sunny skies continue, but the dreary weekend looms, and will the Tuesday cold be followed by snow?
The details for Long Island are in the forecast below, but after sunshine today and tomorrow, it will basically be a rain day on Saturday, followed by more rain Sunday afternoon into early Monday morning. Colder weather for Tuesday, and there is still uncertainty for Wednesday into Thursday. The odds for snow on Long Island are still very low, but the Euro ensembles did trend a little snowier, so it's just something to watch for now.
LONG ISLAND FORECAST:
Today: Sunny and breezy with highs in the mid 40's. Wind out of the NW with gusts to 25 mph this morning, diminishing to 15 mph by late afternoon.
Tonight: Mostly clear and cold with lows mostly in the mid 20's.
Tomorrow: Mostly sunny with highs in the low to mid 40's. Light and variable wind at around 5 mph.
Tomorrow night: Increasing clouds with lows in the low 30's.
Saturday: Cloudy with showers most of the day (around 5 AM to 4 PM), possibly starting briefly as wet snow, with highs in the upper 40's. Total rainfall of around 0.4" to 0.5". Wind mostly out of the SSW at around 10 to 15 mph.
Sunday: Cloudy with a 60% chance of rain in the afternoon and into the night with highs in the upper 40's.
Monday: Early morning showers and then becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon. Highs in the upper 40's.
Tuesday: Sunny, breezy, and cold with highs in the upper 30's.
- 1st image: Projected snowfall for the next 10 days from the National Weather Service model blend
- 2nd image: Projected snowfall through 7 PM Saturday from the National Weather Service
- 3rd and 4th images: Maps from the NAM for Saturday at 7 AM and 1 PM, respectively
- 5th image: Map from the Euro for 1 PM Sunday
- 6th image: Projected snowfall for Long Island for the next 15 days as a running total from every Euro ensemble member
- 7th image: Projected temperatures with ranges for Long Island for the next 15 days from the Euro ensembles
- 8th image: Projected temperatures for Long Island for the next 10 days from the National Weather Service model blend