Winter may be long gone on the calendar, but parts of the tri-state woke up to snow Monday morning as a storm moved through the area, dumping more than 5 inches on Long Island.
Snow covered vehicles and stuck to roads during the Monday morning rush hour on Long Island, in parts of Westchester and in Fairfield, Conn. By the time the storm moved out, parts of Suffolk County had 5 inches while Nassau County had nearly 1.5 and Fairfield County had almost 1 inch.
Clouds cleared rapidly during the afternoon, but a gusty wind sticks around throughout the day.
The better news: Temperatures could approach 60 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Rain could return Thursday with scattered showers, but highs will stay in the high 50s.