After a day that featured some of the first snow flurries of the season, there is just a slight chance of showers Sunday night and then three days of cold, sunny conditions, forecasters said.
Some parts of Long Island saw just a trace of snow Sunday in the late morning and there is a 20% chance of rain overnight with calm winds, the National Weather Service said.
The winds rev up Monday, with gusts as high as 23 mph, mostly sunny skies and a high in the low to mid 40s, the weather service predicted. Monday night it drops into the high 20s.
Similar conditions are forecast for Tuesday: gusty winds, sunshine and a high in the low 40s, with temperatures slipping to just below freezing at night.
Wednesday warms up a bit with a high of 48 and a low at night of 37. Sunshine prevails once more and the winds are calm, forecasters predict.
Thursday holds a chance of showers in the morning but a relatively milder day with a high in the upper 50s, the weather service said.
Sun is in the forecast for Friday and there is a chance of showers Saturday with highs in mid to upper 40s.