Light snow is predicted for the area starting around noon Monday, while temperatures drop into the high 20s.
The East End and South Shores are expected to get the worst of it, the National Weather Service said, at least 4 inches of snow. Less than 2 inches of snow is predicted for this area.
The evening commute is expected to be most affected by the season’s first snowfall.
Long Island is on the northern edge of a storm moving up the East Coast and already affecting the Washington, DC, area, shutting down the federal government.
At Town Hall, people bundled up against the cold temperatures while they wait to make their tax payments.