A powerful offshore storm may bring several inches of snow to eastern Long Island Saturday night into Sunday morning.
New York City is not likely to see any significant snow, but eastern Suffolk County may get clipped with steadier snow showers that could leave up to 5 inches on the ground by Sunday morning.
Temperatures are likely to drop throughout the area Saturday night down into the 20s.
As the offshore storm becomes more powerful, winds should also increase. Expect strong winds to last through Sunday and highs to barely make it into the 30s. Wind chills will make temperatures feel like they're in the teens.
Below are your forecasts through Thursday.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, becoming windy and frigid. Snow showers possible, especially east. Wind chills in the single digits in many suburbs.
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy, windy and very cold. Morning snow showers east. Wind chills in the teens.
MONDAY: Sunny, breezy and cold.
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy and brisk.
THURSDAY: Mostly Sunny