Army veteran John Davis of Patchogue strums a guitar and sings while sitting...

Army veteran John Davis of Patchogue strums a guitar and sings while sitting on Mascot Dock in Patchogue in Friday's October warmth.   Credit: Newsday/Steve Pfost

It could be a wet weekend on Long Island with a few sprinkles Saturday giving way to full fledged showers Sunday before partly sunny skies return for Monday's holiday.

Friday evening the National Weather Service forecast for Saturday called for "patchy drizzle with a slight chance of showers" and a high temperature near 68 degrees — just a degree above the normal high for this date in Islip — and an east wind of 11 to 16 mph.

There is also a coastal flood advisory Saturday associated with high tides for southern Nassau from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on for northern Nassau and Suffolk from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The chance of precipitation Saturday is 20% rising to 30% in the evening when showers are expected mainly after midnight. Saturday night the low temperature should be around 61 degrees.

Showers are likely Sunday with a high temperature near 69 degrees. The chance of precipitation is 60%, the weather service said.

Monday, which is Columbus Day and also Indigenous Peoples' Day, is expected to be partly sunny with a high near 72 degrees.

Then through Friday, the weather service doesn't see any rain for Long Island. High temperatures are expected to range from about 72 to 74 degrees.

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