Long Island’s sunshine and rain are predicted to return, and the weather service says the sun is set to rise this morning.
The weather service said Wednesday that the temperature is expected to fall by as much as 0.6 degrees with gusts of 10 to 12 mph.
The forecast is based on high pressure, but the agency noted the weather is still too early to call the forecast a rain shower.
The sun is expected in the south west at 6 a.m.
A rain shower is forecast this morning on Long Island.
The temperature is predicted to drop by as little as 0:00 degrees with winds of up to 10 mph.
It’s expected to be cloudy.
The wind chill rating is predicted at zero degrees.
The Long Island Weather Service said the sun will be high in the west by noon Wednesday.
The low will be around 80 degrees with highs in the mid 60s.
The high will be in the 80s with highs around 100 degrees.
The storm will be moving west at 14 mph and will be on track for the coast by Thursday morning.
A snowstorm warning remains in effect through Thursday.
Long Island, a popular vacation destination for New Yorkers, has been in the crosshairs of the storm, as it moves eastward.
The Weather Service has issued numerous weather warnings and issued severe weather watches and warnings for areas near the Long Island Sound, including the towns of Rockland, New Rochelle and Schenectady.
A hurricane watch for the entire region has been issued for Long Island, as well as the eastern portion of the island, according to the Weather Service.
The Long Island coastline is particularly vulnerable because of the coastal ridges and ridges of the islands.
The storm system is expected bring heavy rain to areas north of Long Island and into Connecticut, and may bring winds of 80 mph to the area.
It could also cause flash flooding.
Long Island has received more than 8,000 millibars of rainfall, the Weather Station reported.
In addition to the rain, the storm could bring gusts to 70 mph in the New York City area and 70 mph to Long Island in the area near Schenectionady.
In the New Jersey area, winds of 50 mph could be expected, the weather station said.
The weather service warned that the storms will weaken as they move westward.
However, there could be some wind gusts up to 40 mph.
There is a 1 in 4 chance of rain with flash flooding and up to a 30% chance of hail, the station said, adding that the winds will be mostly north-westerly at 5 mph and west-southeast at 5 to 7 mph.
There are a lot of areas in New York and New Jersey that are already under severe flooding.
In the eastern part of New York state, a major storm could impact the coastal areas, the New Yorker said.
The coastal area in New Jersey is the epicenter for the storm.
In eastern New York, a storm surge surge of 12 feet could be predicted, the National Weather Service warned.
In Long Island City, the city is preparing for a tornado watch and a hurricane watch that will be issued Thursday morning, the local news station WPIX reported.