According to the National Weather Service, this week’s Long Island is likely to be a warm, cloudy day, with the possibility of a shower.
According to meteorological services, there may be some showers after 2 pm on Sundays. In some areas, fog can reduce visibility to less than a quarter mile on Sundays.
On other days, it is cloudy and high at around 75, with moderate lip current risk on the sea beaches of Nassau County.
The probability of a shower on Monday is 30%, with an expected maximum temperature of 75 degrees Celsius, mainly before noon. The probability of precipitation on Tuesday is 50%, thunderstorms can occur after 11:00 am, and the maximum temperature will be around 75 degrees Celsius again.
According to meteorological services, the chances of a shower on Wednesday and Thursday are 60% and 40%, respectively, the highest in the late 70’s.
According to the weather forecast, the fine weather will return to sunny Friday, with the best in the late 60s. It looks fine on Saturday, and the sky is expected to be almost clear, with a height of about 67.