Melissa Montemarano, left, with her son Ethan and mother Lisa Montemarano, feed the...

Melissa Montemarano, left, with her son Ethan and mother Lisa Montemarano, feed the geese on a frozen Gibbs Pond in Nesconset Sunday. Credit: Linda Rosier

Cold temperatures will dominate the workweek, starting with a low of 23 degrees Sunday night and a chance for scattered snow showers, forecasters said.

And while Monday will be mostly sunny, the high will be just slightly about freezing with wind chill values between 15 and 25 degrees. There's a 20% chance of snow between 10 p.m and 1 a.m. Monday into Tuesday.

Tuesday will be partly sunny and relatively mild, a high near 40 degrees, which is more in line with the average 39 degrees for Jan. 25 at Long Island MacArthur Airport in Islip. Wind chills, however, will make it feel like between 25 and 25 degrees, the weather service said.

Wednesday and Thursday are sunny but frigid temperatures return with highs in the upper 20s, according to the weather service. Wednesday night will dip to a low of 10, and overnight Thursday the temperature will be about 22, forecasters said.

Friday looks cloudy with a high of about 36 degrees and Saturday, while partly sunny, will have a high of 29 during the day and 16 at night, the weather service said.

With Vera Chinese

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