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Sunny, chilly on Long Island with high near 44

Sunny and chilly will define Tuesday, which likely will be the coldest day so far this autumn, forecasters said. Look for northwest gusts of up to 15 mph and a wind chill of 25 to 35, according to the

Look for northwest gusts of up to 15 mph and a wind chill of 25 to 35, according to the National Weather Service.Wednesday should be a near twin, though the wind chill will be even brisker at 20 to 30, despite slightly less vigorous wind gusts, topping out at about 13 mph, according to the National Weather Service.that afternoon, the weather service said.Today’s "air mass will be the coldest of the season," the weather service said, thanks in part to those northwest breezes and a cloud-erasing high pressure system settling in.

on Tuesday, was issued for Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens, and Brooklyn in New York City, and New Jersey’s Hudson County, the weather service said."Most of the area will likely see subfreezing temperatures tonight," the weather service said, cautioning any late autumn harvests could be at risk.

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