Flooding at the intersection of Harbor Beach Road and Pipe...

Flooding at the intersection of Harbor Beach Road and Pipe Stave Hollow Road in Miller Place on Monday. Credit: Tom Lambui

Heavy rain continued to pelt Long Island Monday night and the National Weather Service warned of half-inch-size hail and winds of up to 45 mph.

The worst of the weather should be finished before the overnight hours, according to the weather service.

A flood alert remained in effect for Suffolk County until 5 p.m. There had been no reports of major flooding as of 8:45 p.m.

The forecast calls for an overnight low around 63. The high Monday topped out in the mid-70s.

Tuesday morning’s forecast calls for cloudy skies that will gradually clear as the day proceeds. Weather service meteorologist Brian Ramsey said Long Island can expect clear skies by Tuesday afternoon. The high will be about 85.

Skies will remain clear on Tuesday evening, with a low of around 60. The next serious chance for rain will come Wednesday evening, Ramsey said.

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