ISLAND PARK - Frigid temperatures will settle in across Long Island for the next few nights, as hundreds of thousands of residents remain without heat and electricity in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.News 12 Long Island meteorologists say temperatures will dip down to about 32 degrees overnight for the next several nights, and it may get even colder in some parts of the Island.Even more troubling is the possibility that a strong coastal storm will slam the area on Wednesday into Thursday. The storm could bring heavy rains and strong, gusty winds, which could knock out power to even more LIPA customers.

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