Snow is expected to hit the East End of Long Island this Sunday and Monday, getting especially severe Sunday night into Monday, basically just ruining everything.
There is a chance of light snow Sunday mainly after 5 a.m., according to the National Weather Service. The snow will turn heavier and then become scattered rain and snow after 4 p.m. There is an 80 percent chance of periods of snow Sunday night, Monday morning and Monday night.
While predicted snowfall totals were not available yet, the weather is expected, at the very least, to stink.
The Hamptons weather czar said in a statement Thursday afternoon, “While it is unclear if Monday’s snowfall will lead to any cancellations or closings of schools and business, it will surely make the commute unpleasant.” He added, “Yeah, I don’t know anymore. Florida is sounding pretty good right about now.”