People walk down Main Street in Patchogue as snow falls...

People walk down Main Street in Patchogue as snow falls across Long Island, Saturday, March 12, 2022. Credit: Newsday/Steve Pfost

Unseasonably cold weather will finish out the weekend before a warmup begins Monday.

Following some light snow accumulation on Long Island after snowfall Saturday, weather on Sunday will remain cold but sunny.

Slick spots could be possible on roadways Sunday, National Weather Service meteorologist Joe Pollina said. A wind advisory will be lifted at 4 a.m. Sunday following blustery weather and wind gusts reaching up to 45 mph on Saturday.

A warmup will begin Monday, moving Long Island's weather from unseasonably cold to unseasonably warm. Pollina said temperatures typically stay in the mid-to high-40s this time of year. Temperatures this week will start off at 55 degrees on Monday before climbing to high 60s by Friday, the weather service said. Showers could pop up Tuesday, Pollina said.

"It should be pretty tranquil," Pollina said of this week's forecast.

A Newsday analysis shows the number of referees and umpires has declined 25.2% in Nassau and 18.1% in Suffolk since 2011-12. Officials and administrators say the main reason is spectator behavior. NewsdayTV's Carissa Kellman reports. Credit: Newsday Staff

'Why am I giving up my Friday night to listen to this?' A Newsday analysis shows the number of referees and umpires has declined 25.2% in Nassau and 18.1% in Suffolk since 2011-12. Officials and administrators say the main reason is spectator behavior. NewsdayTV's Carissa Kellman reports.

A Newsday analysis shows the number of referees and umpires has declined 25.2% in Nassau and 18.1% in Suffolk since 2011-12. Officials and administrators say the main reason is spectator behavior. NewsdayTV's Carissa Kellman reports. Credit: Newsday Staff

'Why am I giving up my Friday night to listen to this?' A Newsday analysis shows the number of referees and umpires has declined 25.2% in Nassau and 18.1% in Suffolk since 2011-12. Officials and administrators say the main reason is spectator behavior. NewsdayTV's Carissa Kellman reports.

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