Update (10:40 p.m.)
The National Weather Service has lifted a winter weather advisory, saying only a light dusting is now expected for Eastern Long Island. What had previously been forecast as four inches of snow has been changed to one to two inches along the cost with less than an inch inland. READ
Three days after last digging themselves out, local residents found themselves again shoveling snow Monday.
Here are some photos taken earlier Monday. Share your winter storm photos by emailing them to [email protected].
Some residents awoke Friday morning and enjoyed a picturesque winter wonderland. Others sighed as they put on their boots and grabbed a shovel.
Update 1 p.m.: Riverhead Highway Superintendent George “Gio” Woodson said highway crews have plowed the town’s main roads, but advised residents to stay indoors until later this afternoon. READ
The following is a list of North Fork postponements, closures and delays due to Friday’s winter storm. Email [email protected] to report a closure or delay. READ
Saturday 7:30 a.m.: PSEG is reporting that all but 4 of its customers in Riverhead are without power.
Riverhead Town Supervisor Sean Walter lifted the town’s state of emergency at 8 a.m. Sunday following a winter storm that dropped between 15 and 18 inches of snow across Riverhead. READ