Wantagh resident Theodore Walker, 3 getting surf instructions from Matt...

Wantagh resident Theodore Walker, 3 getting surf instructions from Matt Byrne from the Surf For All program in Long Beach on this Hazy, hot, humid weather Wednesday July 13, 2022. Credit: Newsday/J. Conrad Williams Jr.

After a day that hit 90 degrees in some places on Long Island, there is a "slight chance" of showers overnight and Thursday night, the National Weather Service said.

There is a 20% chance of rain overnight and Thursday also has a 20% chance of rain or storms after 11 a.m. and then again at night. But in between, it should be mostly sunny with a high of about 85, the weather service said.

Friday and Saturday should be mostly sunny, forecasters said, with ahigh in the mid 80s.

There is a chance for shower and thunderstorms Sunday morning and Sunday night, with a similar risk Monday.

High levels of the lung-burning pollutant ozone levels are predicted for Wednesday, prompting an air quality alert for Long Island from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation.

The weather service also warned of dangerous rip currents at ocean beaches through 11 p.m. Wednesday.

The full moon Wednesday could cause minor flooding along back bays in Nassau and Queens and the shores of Westchester and Fairfield counties, and to a lesser extent, along the New York-New Jersey harbor, the weather service said.

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