Wednesday is expected to see temperatures rise to the middle to upper 50s on Long Island, with a high of 60 or so not out of the question, forecasters said.
Sunny skies were in the picture for Wednesday, along with and highs of around 58 degrees at Long Island MacArthur Airport, as of the National Weather Service’s late Tuesday afternoon forecast.
In the afternoon, winds are likely to switch from the southwest to northwest, with cooler air moving in for the overnight hours, and temperatures dipping to around freezing by just before sunrise Thursday.
Thursday, the day that ties a bow on November, will bring increasing clouds and highs only in the upper 40s.
As of day end Monday, the average monthly temperature at the airport was 45.6 degrees, right on the nose for normal for the month, according to weather service data. November was looking to come in on the dry side, with 2.31 inches of precipitation registered, 0.95 inches below normal.
The next chance for precipitation, in this case rain, comes Thursday night into Friday, the first day of December.
Beyond that, the weather service said in a tweet that “the quiet weather continues with no major storms on the horizon.”