Long Island weather: Rain likely, highs in mid 40s

Monday’s First Warning Forecast Morning rain then clearing skies

Monday’s First Warning Forecast Morning rain then clearing skies

As we start this next work week, we are not expecting rain until our next cold front arrives Friday with cooler temperatures in store for this next weekend. Temperatures will cool down to the upper 50s tonight, so it will be slightly warmer from last night. Partly cloudy skies stick around throughout much of the day as temperatures only climb into the mid-upper 40's for highs. The temperature will dip Wednesday, with a high of 52 degrees.

"Typical high temperature in New York City this time of the year is around 55", said National Weather Service meteorologist Faye Morrone. Winds will pick up for Tuesday with gusts to near 25 miles per hour possible.

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Today: Rain and snow likely before noon, then a chance of rain between noon and 3 p.m.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 44. The shower threat ramps up once again Wednesday afternoon but conditions look to dry out by early Thursday. Highs in the lower to mid 50s.

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Tonight: Partly cloudy, with a low around 28. Overnight lows will drop into the low 30's as another taste of winter-like air invades the state.

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