A lone wind surfer rides the waves on a cold,...

A lone wind surfer rides the waves on a cold, windy afternoon at Long Beach on Sunday. Credit: Jeff Bachner

Partly sunny skies and unseasonably warm temperatures are in Monday's forecast for Long Island but there is a chance of a wintry mix Monday night.

The National Weather Service on Sunday evening was predicting partial sun during the day Monday with a high temperature near 48 degrees. The normal high for the date in Islip is 39 degrees.

Monday is also expected to bring light and variable winds which in the afternoon become a southwest breeze of about 6 mph.

Monday night there will be a slight chance — about 20% — of rain showers, mixing with snow after midnight, and a low temperature of around 34 degrees, according to the weather service.

Tuesday is predicted to be partly sunny with a high near 38 degrees but Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning there is a 30% chance of snow showers, mainly after 1 a.m.

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will all be at least partly sunny with high temperatures ranging from about 34 to around 40 degrees, the weather service said.


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