Summerlike temperatures broke the records on Long Island in some places Wednesday as unseasonable warmth stays around this week.

Daytime temperatures Wednesday were in the mid to high 70s in many places, about 10 to 15 degrees above normal temperatures for the season.

Similar highs are likely to repeat Thursday and Friday before a cool-down sets in, forecasters said.

Wednesday, while breezy, topped the current records for highs in many places. Those records are 74 degrees in Islip, 79 at LaGuardia Airport, 81 at Kennedy Airport, and 80 in New York City and Newark Liberty International Airport, the National Weather Service said.

Thursday is expected to be sunny, but a cold front reaching the tristate area ahead of that low pressure system to the west gives Thursday night a slight chance of rain, the weather service said.

The cool-down starts after Friday’s predicted daytime high around 70 degrees with abundant sunshine and a low of 50 degrees at night.

Daytime highs through the weekend will be capped in the mid-60s, according to the forecasters, with lows in the mid 40s.

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