Staff start with another weekend of Monday, and # 39; Expectations for coastal floods, wind conditions and travel soggy, telling that there are reporters.
Look for water to move from about 1 to 3 p.m. on the Long Island, which becomes moderate to travel for time, and approaching midnight, Brian Ciemnecki, National Weather Service expert in Upton, said.
It is anticipated that the island will see an inch of water, locally higher, and, Continue to crash on some roads, he said.
The temperature for the day is expected to rise to the bottom 50s.
It is anticipated that medium local coastal floods will be held for vibrant areas around full-day times Monday morning to evening, as well as during the night, the weather said.
There is a warning about the flood to a & # 39; affecting South Shore South Nassau and areas on the west side of Long Island Sound. Advice on coastal floods is located for vulnerable places throughout its coastline of the island.
East Suffolk can expect winds of 20 to 30 miles, which enjoy 50 miles, according to the wind council granted for 6 p.m. Monday to 1 a.m. Tuesday.
Then, "most of the week is dry and temperatures are usually lower than usual," said 12 meteorologist Rich Hoffman.
It is expected that both Tuesday and Wednesday will be cold, dry, with some sun and clouds, and a height in the bottom 40s.