Take one part freezing rain, mix in a dash of snow, add some slush, and chill, literally, because Long Island's Wednesday weather recipe will include plenty of hints of Tuesday.
Temperatures across the Island will hover around freezing by morning with a 40% chance of rain or snow before noon with more rain possible after that, the weather service said. The high is expected to top out at 38 degrees Wednesday with a low at night about 28 and another dose of rain and light snow possible through early Thursday.
The unsettled weather follows Tuesday's low pressure system that brought freezing rain and a half-inch of wet snow that continued off and on through the nighttime commute.
The Thursday to Saturday stretch, meanwhile, is predicted to be clear and increasingly cold — but snow may return Sunday, and Monday could see both rain and snow, the National Weather Service said.