Cold temps with a chance for flurries across Long Island; slight warmup on the way
It will be a brutally cold start to today, but a slight warmup is not far behind.
WHAT'S NEW – A few chances of light precipitation. Flurries and sprinkles today with showers Thursday morning. Warmer Thursday afternoon with highs in the 50s.
WHAT'S NEXT – Tracking steadier rain threat late Sunday into Monday.
For today, expect sunny breaks this morning giving way to mostly cloudy skies and some flurries and sprinkles with highs near 43 degrees. Lows will be near 32 degrees.
On Wednesday, there will be partly sunny skies with highs near 46 degrees. Showers will develop at night with lows near 36 degrees.
Thursday will feature cloudy skies with showers in the morning and some sunny breaks in the afternoon. Temps will be warmer with highs near 54 degrees.
Sun and clouds will move in Friday and Saturday with highs in the mid-40s. Lows will be between 25 and 30 degrees.