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NEW YORK — Residents on Long Island are experiencing the first snow flurries of the season.

Temperatures dropped below 40 degrees on Saturday. A freeze warning was issued in Rockland, Westchester, coastal Connecticut, northern Nassau and Suffolk counties and some parts of New Jersey, according to the National Weather Service. On Sunday morning, residents in coastal parts of New England and on the east end of Long Island reported some snow flurries in the area.

No accumulation is expected.

Temperatures are 10 to 15 degrees below normal for the season. The unseasonably cool weather will continue throughout Monday, National Weather Service reported.


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