Long Island commuters rolled out Monday morning to mostly light traffic on roadways and rails.
Traffic on major roadways appeared free of significant delays early Monday, according to informny.com, the state Department of Transportation website.
No traffic alerts were posted early Monday at the site.
The Long Island Rail Road also was reporting good service at its site, mta.info.
Monday morning temperatures across Nassau and Suffolk counties ranged between the mid 30s to upper 30s.
But it will warm nicely, with daily highs near 60, according to the National Weather Service's Upton office.
Skies will be mostly sunny with winds starting from the east from 6 to 11 mph, then shifting to the south from in the afternoon.
Clouds do appear later in the day, with the possibility of rain after midnight, the service said.
News 12 Long Island meteorologist Rich Hoffman called for "nice weather" Monday before things become unsettled through the rest of the week, which appears to be chock full of rain showers.