A strong cold front charging through Long Island and the region Sunday evening could bring showers, thunderstorms and high winds, the National Weather Service said.

The front is expected between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Sunday evening and winds could reach 20 to 35 mph with gusts of 40 to 55 mph, a weather service advisory said.

The advisory said there could be strong winds again from 6 a.m. to 6 pm Monday for the local region as well as gale conditions on the ocean and local bays.

This week, the chilly fall temperatures are expected to continue with rain, strong winds and even a chance of snow but expect a dry and sunny Election Day and a high near 50

Isolated snow showers are possible Monday before 11 a.m. The day otherwise will be mostly sunny with a high in the mid-40s. The day will be windy with up to 55-mph gusts possible before the wind begins to trend downward at night.

"After an abnormally cool day Monday with forecast highs mainly in the 40s, some rebound in temperature closer to normal is forecast for Tuesday as highs forecast rise in the mid-40s to near 50," the weather service said in its regional summary.

Tuesday looks windy but sunny with a high about 50 and gusts of up to 30 mph, according to the weather service.

The temperature begins to creep back up Wednesday with a predicted high in the mid-50s and sunny skies. The forecast Thursday through Saturday looks sunny with highs in the lower 60s.

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