Long Islanders will get to enjoy a pleasant—but breezy—day Saturday before temperatures dip back into the 30s on Sunday in preparation for more snowflakes.

Saturday’s forecast calls for a high near 54 with gusts as high as 33 mph, according to the National Weather Service in Upton.

The temperature will drop under freezing during the evening and will warm up slightly during the day Sunday.

Snow is expected to begin falling Sunday night and continue through most of the day Monday, forecasters said. One to two inches of snow is possible, the weather service said.

The white stuff will clear out by Tuesday.

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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: rmian@longislandpress.com. Twitter: rashedmian