Long Island could see freezing rain and with the potential to snarl the Monday morning commute as temperatures dip overnight Sunday.
The National Weather Service is warning of freezing rain through Monday morning as temperatures are forecast to fall below freezing. The rain could be accompanied by gusts up to 35 mph through Monday morning
The light rain could develop into a light snow up until 10 a.m. Any frozen rain could make streets and sidewalks slick, but no significant accumulation is expected, forecasters said.WeatherLatest forecastUpdatesSchool and group closings, delays
Another chance of rain could come Tuesday and Wednesday, although with warmer temperatures. Monday's wintry mix is expected to give way to showers through Wednesday with temperatures all week in the mid-40s and low 50s.
Overnight lows are expected to still dip below freezing and another cold front could arrive by the weekend with temperatures and a chance of rain and snow on Friday and Saturday.