WEATHER TO WATCH: Heavy rain overnight on Long Island
News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Meredith Garofalo says a storm system over Long Island will douse the area with rounds of rain.
Some periods will be moderate to heavy, especially overnight. By morning cold air could switch rain over to a mix/wet snow. The wet weather tapers off Monday late afternoon, winds will remain cold and a blustery into Monday.
OVERNIGHT: Cloudy and wet with rounds of rain, moderate to heavy rain at times. Lows steady near 40.
MONDAY: Leftover periods of rain with the possibility of changing over to snow. Little to no accumulation expected. Blustery Northwest winds 15-30 mph. Highs near 40. Lows near 30.
TUESDAY: Sun and some clouds with above average highs near 44. Lows near 32.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with windy and wet weather developing in the afternoon. Precipitation may start as a wintry mix before changing over the rain. Highs near 39. Lows near 35.
THURSDAY: Cloudy with rain and a chance of wintry mix early in the day. Blustery with highs near 48 and lows near 28.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny with seasonably cold highs near 39. Lows near 29.