Krista Funfgeld, with her children Colin, 4, and Aubrey, 8, of...

Krista Funfgeld, with her children Colin, 4, and Aubrey, 8, of Manorville, enjoy brisk, but sunny, weather Saturday on Rogers Beach in Westhampton Beach. Credit: John Roca

Next week is forecast to bring unseasonably high temperatures — into the 50s — with some rainfall, the National Weather Service said Saturday.

Before then, the weekend chill continues: Temperatures Saturday night will dip into the high teens or low 20s with a wind chill between 10 and 15. The high Sunday will be near 38 degrees with a low near 28, and a wind chill between 20 and 25.

Then, Monday's temperature will rise to around 50; 51 Tuesday and 53 Wednesday.

Long Island is forecast to see dry conditions into Tuesday, but rain is expected — an 80% chance — on Tuesday night. Rain also is likely before midday Wednesday, and there's a 30% chance of showers before noon Thursday.

The forecast credits a warm front for the springlike weather, the weather service said.

It will dip into the 30s on Wednesday night, and the high will be near 42 Thursday before temperatures plunge into the high 20s on Thursday night.

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