Don’t pack the gloves, scarves and hand warmers just yet—another cold blast is on its way and snow may not be too far behind.

Long Island was treated to a gorgeous day Saturday as temperatures mostly hovered around 50 degrees, allowing for a much-needed reprieve from this snowy and downright freezing winter.

Similar temperatures are expected Sunday with party sunny skies in the forecast.

But Mother Nature it seems has had it out for LI all winter so prepare for another chilly week.

The mercury Monday night will drop to around 22 degrees and Tuesday will hover around freezing. But forecasters at the National Weather Service are predicting a 60-percent chance of snow overnight into Wednesday, though its still early to estimate snowfall amounts.

Expect gentler skies Thursday and Friday, but temperatures should remain below freezing, particularly during the evening hours.

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Rashed Mian has been covering local news for the Long Island Press since 2011. He graduated from Hofstra University in 2010 where he studied print journalism. Rashed, the staff's multimedia reporter, covers daily news for the web, shoots/edits feature videos and writes about civil liberties. He loves Afghan food and sports. Rashed is also a caffeine freak. Email: [email protected] Twitter: rashedmian