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Current WeatherUpdated: Sunday, Apr.20, 2014, 5:35 PM

51.8

°F

Scattered Clouds

  • Dew Point: 34°F(1°C)
  • Chill Wind: NA°F(NA°C)
  • Wind: SSE 3.7 mph
  • UV: 2 out of 16
  • Relative Humidity: 50%
  • Feels Like: 51.8°F(11.0°C)
  • Visibility: 10.0 mph

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Long Term Forecast Updated: Sunday, Apr.20, 2014, 5:35 PM

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Sunday April 20

Partly Cloudy
59°F | 39°F
12 mph
(ESE)
Monday April 21

Clear
64°F | 45°F
7 mph
(SSE)
Tuesday April 22

Chance of Rain
61°F | 46°F
11 mph
(South)
Wednesday April 23

Partly Cloudy
64°F | 39°F
22 mph
(NW)
Thursday April 24

Clear
64°F | 41°F
19 mph
(NW)
Friday April 25

Mostly Cloudy
57°F | 46°F
10 mph
(SSW)
Saturday April 26

Chance of Rain
72°F | 46°F
13 mph
(SW)
Sunday April 27

Partly Cloudy
66°F | 48°F
16 mph
(NW)
Monday April 28

Clear
68°F | 50°F
1 mph
(West)
Tuesday April 29

Clear
70°F | 50°F
2 mph
(ESE)
Sunday April 20, 2014 Description
Condition Partly Cloudy
Sunday

Partly cloudy in the morning, then clear. High of 59F. Breezy. Winds from the East at 15 to 20 mph.

High Temp 59°F (15°C)
Low Temp 39°F (4°C)
Avg Wind 12 mph ESE
Max Wind 15 mph East
Sunday Night

Clear. Low of 39F. Winds from the East at 5 to 10 mph.

Avg Humidity 51%
Max Humidity 57%
Min Humidity 38%

Hourly Forecast


Almanac

  • Station: Indian Head Knolls, Kings Park, New York
  • Latitude: 40.880634
  • Longitude: -73.250633
  • Elevation: 157 ft
  • High Temperature
  • Normal : 59°F(15°C)
  • Recorded : 82°F(27°C) on 2005
  • Low Temperature
  • Normal : 42°F(6°C)
  • Recorded : 32°F(0°C) on 2001

Astronomy

  • Sunrise: 6:06 AM
  • Sunset: 7:37 AM
  • Moon Illuminated: 68 %
  • Age of Moon: 20 day(s)
  • Phase of Moon: Waning Gibbous
  • Hemisphere: North
More Information About Long Island Weather

Long Island has a climate that is very similar to other coastal areas of the Northeastern United States; it has warm, humid summers and cold winters, but the Atlantic Ocean helps bring afternoon sea breezes that temper the heat in the warmer months and limit the frequency and severity of thunderstorms. In the wintertime, temperatures are warmer than areas further inland (especially in the night and early morning hours), sometimes causing a snowstorm further inland to fall as rain on the island. However, measurable snow falls every winter, and in many winters one or more intense storms called nor'easters produce blizzard conditions with snowfalls of 1-2 feet and near-hurricane force winds.

Temperatures in Nassau and Suffolk are similar. The winter average for Nassau is 33.7 degrees Fahrenheit, compared to a summer average of 72.7 degrees. In Suffolk, the winter average is 32.4 and summer average is 71.9 degrees.

The Nassau area receives about 45 inches of rain, compared to 42 inches for Suffolk. Snow falls at about 26.9 inches per year in Nassau and 30 inches for Suffolk.

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Updated: Sunday, Apr.20, 2014, 5:35 PM - Long Island



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