Warmer temperatures and sunny skies are in the forecast for Friday, but the National Weather Service says expect a lot of rain Saturday.
Forecast: Another cold night on LI, warming trend starts Wednesday
The rest of the week should see highs in the low to mid-40s for LI, forecasters said.
Forecast: Sunny, cold week to come
Thermometers should rise slowly, however, as the week goes on, reaching the mid 40s by Friday.
Forecast: Arctic cold front will mean a very chilly MLK Day
The week ahead looks sunny and cold but it will remain dry, forecasters say.
Weather: Sunday to bring sun after snowy Saturday
The Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday Monday is expected to be sunny with a high near 32 degrees, although gusty winds could make it feel as much as 20 degrees colder.
Forecast: A frigid Friday to be followed by snow Saturday
Friday will be sunny but the high temperature will only reach about 30 degrees, the National Weather Service said.
Forecast: Rainy overnight leads to a windy, chilly Thursday
Temperatures will drop throughout Thursday to below freezing and, with wind chills, temperatures of between 10 and 15 degrees, the National Weather Service said.
Forecast: 50% chance of rain, high near 45 degrees
A weak high pressure system will bring back the sun on Wednesday, the National Weather Service says.
Forecast: Chilly Monday after LI sets a record high for warmth
Winter will make its comeback Sunday night with a low of about 33 degrees, which is chilly but still about 10 degrees higher than the average low.
Long Island weather: Another shot at record-breaking temps Sunday
Though Long Island didn't break a record on Saturday, the springlike weather will continue on Sunday, when the thermometer could climb to mid-60s, forecasters said.
Forecast: Temperatures headed up under cloudy skies
After a chilly overnight Thursday, the Island should see a high near 51 degrees Friday, the National Weather Service said.