• Happy last day of classes! As we head into the weekend we are expecting our first significant snow event of the season. The forecast for Stony Brook is 3-6 inches of snow on Saturday 12/9. Check back for updates, and as always comment below with any questions!
  • Happy Monday, Seawolves! After a sunny day with highs near 50, temperatures will dip into the mid 40s tonight. Tuesday will be cloudy and unseasonably warm, with a high in the upper 50s. It's a good idea to pack an umbrella to class with you tomorrow, as clouds turn into gusty showers by the late afternoon.
  • Welcome back, Seawolves! Sunny skies with a high hovering in the upper 40s make for a beautiful day. We'll have a steady northwest wind that'll taper off overnight, as temperatures dip into the mid-20s. Tomorrow will be another sunny day that starts out cold and windy, but temperatures will climb into the low-50s by the afternoon.
  • After this morning’s sprinkling of snow, we can expect mostly sunny skies and a high in the mid 40s for the rest of the day. Wind will pick up tonight and continue through the day tomorrow, making Tuesday's high near 60 feel much cooler than it is. Check in later this week for your Thanksgiving forecast!
  • Tis’ the season! First snowflakes of the season here at SBU!!
  • We are getting so close to Thanksgiving Break, Seawolves! Expect fairly clear skies this evening as temperatures fall just below freezing. Tomorrow, moderate rain can be expected during the overnight hours. There is also a chance for scattered rain showers during the day on both Saturday and Sunday with highs in the mid 50s. In spite of a little rain, enjoy your weekend! -B
  • With light rain likely in the early afternoon, it’s a good idea to bring an umbrella to your morning classes. It will remain cloudy and cold all day, with temperatures only reaching into the mid 40s. The low for tonight will dip into the mid 30s. Tuesday will be another cold, cloudy day with a north wind creating wind chill values in the 30s.
  • Cold weather is here! Following the passage of an Arctic cold front this morning, temperatures will be low and winds will be high. Tonight, we can expect temps in the low 20s with wind gusts as strong as 30 mph and up. Similar conditions will continue on Saturday, only warming up to around 40 during the day and still being below freezing Saturday night. Sunday should finally have more seasonable temperatures back up in the higher 40s. Stay warm and bundle up this weekend! -K
  • Expect some frost tonight and early tomorrow morning! If you commute, give yourself extra time in the morning to make sure your car is cleared off and warmed up. And everyone, be sure to bundle up as the next few days bring temperatures to freezing and below. Wind chills will make these temperatures feel even colder! Stay warm and enjoy your week. -K
  • Rain is on its way for tonight! It could start as early as 5pm so make sure you bring an umbrella or jacket to your 4pm classes and later! -K
  • Happy Monday, Seawolves! A cold front will make its way across Long Island later today, turning a morning of drizzle into an afternoon of showers with a chance for thunderstorms. Temperatures today will reach the upper 60s. Tonight holds more wind and rain, with a low in the lower 40s. Tomorrow will be a much drier, more seasonable day with a high in the lower 50s and partly cloudy skies.
  • What a beautiful end to the week! Today should be similar to yesterday with mostly clear skies and temperatures reaching into the 70s. This weekend, there’s a chance of showers Saturday night into Sunday. As we go into Sunday, also expect increasingly cloudier skies and temperatures in the 60s. -K
  • A wind advisory remains in effect until 2pm for the Stony Brook area. Gusts can reach up to 45 mph, making driving difficult. The wind will calm down a bit in the late afternoon, and a mostly cloudy sky will clear up with temperatures reaching into the upper 50s. A clear night with temperatures in the mid 40s will give way to a sunny Tuesday with a high in the upper 50s—perfect for all of your Halloween festivities! Halloween night will be a bit chillier, with a low dipping into the upper 30s. Stay safe and have a happy Halloween!
  • What a beautiful Friday to end the week! Today will be slightly warmer than yesterday with sunny skies and light breezes. Clear skies will continue into tonight and early Saturday morning. Later on Saturday, clouds will begin to form and bring with them a chance of rain. For Sunday, we can expect rain for most of the day with a chance of thunderstorms which could bring heavy rain and strong wind gusts. With the rainy weather, temperatures this weekend will reach mid to high 60s during the day, and dip down into the 50s at night, giving us some mild temperatures for this time of year. Have a great weekend and stay dry! -K
  • Howdy, Seawolves! The beautiful warm weather we enjoyed this weekend will extend through this afternoon as a strong high pressure system rolls off the coast. Expect increasing clouds with a high in the lower-70s. Temperatures will dip into the lower 60s tonight, with patchy fog and a chance of showers. A slow-moving frontal system will bring showers for Tuesday, with strong winds and a high just above 70. Heavy rain and a possible thunderstorm will continue into Tuesday night.
  • Happy Friday Seawolves! This chilly week will be followed by a clear and slightly warmer weekend. Temperatures for tomorrow and Sunday should get up to the mid 70s during the day and dip down into the 50s at night. Enjoy your weekend and, if you can, look up at the sky this weekend for a chance to see a shooting star during the Orionid Meteor Shower! -K
  • Happy Monday, Seawolves! A cold front moved through the island early this morning, bringing a chance of showers until around noon. Crisp autumn air and a Northwest wind will make its way to us by the late afternoon, and today's high will just barely break 60℉. This evening will be clear but chillier than we’re used to with lows dipping into the lower 40s. Another crisp autumn day is expected for Tuesday, with sunny skies and a high in the upper 50s, making it the perfect time to start breaking out the fall sweaters!
  • There are heavier rain showers coming our way for the next few hours. Keep an umbrella or rain coat nearby!
  • Expect a gloomy start to this Monday, with intermittent showers all day. A breezy afternoon with gusts around 30 mph will make the high today feel much cooler than the projected 74℉. Wind and possible rain continue into Monday night, but temperatures will barely dip below 70℉. Tuesday morning we’ll see mostly cloudy skies give way to sun and high near 80℉ by the afternoon. Clear skies and a low in the upper-50s are expected for Tuesday night. Stay dry, Seawolves!
  • A beautiful Friday will bring us into a warm weekend. Temperatures will be similar to yesterday's and today's, getting into the upper 70s with nights only dipping into the mid 60s. We should have partly to mostly cloudy skies until Sunday, when rain is possible throughout the day, into early next week. Let's enjoy the sunny weather while we can and have a great weekend! -K
  • Hope everyone's midterms are going well! After a chilly and crisp last couple days, we'll be having a slightly warmer end of the week. Today, afternoon temperatures should get into the mid 70s while tonight's won't dip down far past 60. Tomorrow will be warmer with a high around 78 and some more clouds in the sky than we're seeing today. Friday's forecast is still uncertain as a cold front makes its way in tonight. As of right now, we're looking at temperatures around the low 70s with a possibility for light rain in the afternoon. Enjoy the rest of your week! -K
  • Happy October! This beautiful fall weather will continue throughout the day, with sunny skies and a high near 70. Expect a clear, cool night with temperatures dipping into the upper 40s. Tuesday will be another sunny day with a high around 69—a perfect day to study outside as midterm season heats up. Good luck on exams, Seawolves! -S
  • Good morning! A Flash Flood Warning has been issued for Suffolk County, including Stony Brook, until 1:15 PM. We could potentially see rainfall totals of 3-4 inches. If you have to drive today, remember that if you encounter flooded roads "Turn around, don't drown!" as the National Weather Service says. Stay safe and dry Seawolves! -M
  • Woah, notice how much cooler it was today than the rest of this week was? Yeah, we did too. Last night, a trough in the jet stream began to settle in our area, which brought sunny and much more seasonable conditions today. For your weekend, anticipate a few passing showers on Saturday with high temperatures approaching the mid-60s. Then, expect clearer skies onward with temperatures on Saturday night going down to near 50 degrees, and a more pleasantly sunny Sunday with temperatures rising into upper 60s. Enjoy the more fall-like temperatures this weekend! -B
  • Good morning Seawolves! A dreary, foggy morning should clear up a little as we go into the afternoon. With a high of 78 for today, we're slowly coming down from the 80s we saw this week into cooler temperatures. For tonight, we'll have mostly cloudy skies with a slight chance for rain. Tomorrow will also reach the mid70s in the afternoon with, thankfully, less humidity and clearer skies. Friday, this trend will continue as temperatures continue to drop to more seasonable temperatures in the upper 60s, or lower 70s. Have a great rest of your week! -K