A partly cloudy and breezy Wednesday will usher in an overnight with possible light precipitation, and several warm days in which there is a chance of rain, according to the National Weather Service.
Temperatures surpassed 70 degrees in many places on Long Island Wednesday and while it's breezy, winds are calmer than Tuesday, the weather service said.
"Winds, though lighter than Tuesday, remain a bit elevated from the northeast at 5-15 mph, before largely subsiding after dark," the weather service said.
Overnight there is a "chance of sprinkles," a risk that will continue into Thursday morning, which is predicted to be cloudy and warm, with highs in the upper 60s. Winds should ramp up again to gusts of about 20 mph and overnight into Friday, patchy drizzle and fog is expected, the weather service said.
That rain will last through Friday afternoon, when the high will hit 68, and then showers return overnight into Saturday, when there is a 50% chance of rain and a high of 66, forecasters said, and a 40% chance at night and a low of 54.
Sunday is looking to be cloudy with a high of 68, with possible rain at night, when the low will be 55.
Rain is also possible Monday and Tuesday, with more clouds predicted for Monday and sun on Tuesday. Highs should be around 70 degrees, the weather service said.