After a day of scattered showers on Long Island, there's still a chance of rain on the East End, and a slight chance on the North Shore, forecasters said.

Westhampton Beach, as of around 4 p.m., had recorded .28 of an inch of rain on Tuesday, with Long Island MacArthur Airport registering just .04, said Joe Pollina, National Weather Service meteorologist based in Upton.

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The Island has been deemed "abnormally dry" by the U.S. Drought Monitor. April saw a 2.68-inch deficit, with May, as of Sunday, down by 1.64 inches.

For Wednesday, look for windy conditions, a mix of sun and clouds, and temperatures in the 60s, according to News 12 Long Island's weather page.