Don't put away the snow boots yet -- snow is expected for the entire East End area Monday afternoon and evening.
According to Lauren Nash, meteorologist at the National Weather Service office in Upton, rain is expected to begin Monday afternoon and change into snow Monday night.
Snow, and a snow/rain mix, Nash said, is expected "briefly" through the evening hours, before turning back to rain in time for the Tuesday morning commute. Less than an inch of snow is expected, Nash said -- and the rain mix is expected to taper off by Tuesday afternoon.
No significant flooding is expected, but some ponding could occur in low-lying areas, Nash said.
Temperatures are expected to be in the upper 30s Monday afternoon and drop to the mid-30s Monday night.
Nash said the "good news" for the East End and Long Island is that no winter weather advisories or warnings are in effect.