National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration satellite images show a nor’easter that is scheduled to hit the East End late Monday.
Update (Tuesday 5 p.m.): Riverhead police say no roads have been closed a early winter nor’easter moves across Riverhead Town.
Riverhead Highway Superintendent George “Gio” Woodson couldn’t be immediately reached for comment.
Update (Tuesday 10 a.m.): Hazardous weather advisories remain in effect Tuesday as a nor’easter brings heavy rain and strong wind gusts to the area.
In preparation, Riverhead Highway Department readied equipment ahead of the nor’easter. Tree removal crews are on standby in anticipation of heavy rain and wind downing trees, Highway Superintendent Gio Woodson said. (more…)
Snow covers a farm on Sound Avenue in February. (Credit: Paul Squire)
If you were hoping today’s stormy weather will lead to sunshine the rest of this holiday week, we’re sorry to disappoint. The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather advisory for a possible snowstorm Thanksgiving Day. (more…)
More ice than water could be seen on one Main Road fountain Wednesday. (Credit: Carrie Miller)
The weather is taking North Forkers on a wild ride, as this week saw two consecutive days that each broke recorded weather records.
But there’s hope for some warmer weather to come Monday, weather officials said.
Tuesday brought with it a record low of 24 degrees, surpassing a record of 25 set in 1997, according to daily temperature data taken at the agency’s weather station in Islip, according to the National Weather Service.
The National Weather Service in Upton has issued a minor flood advisory for poor drainage areas in Suffolk County Friday.
(Credit: National Weather Service)
Thursday will be a rainy, windy day as a developing tropical storm pushes a cold front over the North Fork, according to national weather forecasts, but the rain should taper off by the evening on the Fourth of July. (more…)
The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook this morning in advance of an approaching cold front that could bring wind gusts of 43 mph tonight. (more…)
The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook today as heavy rain is expected to continue this afternoon into Sunday morning. (more…)
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch from 6 p.m. Sunday to noon Monday, with meteorologists now calling for snow accumulations of about three to six inches across Long Island.
This is lower than earlier predictions of up to eight inches.
The forecast also includes 10 to 15 mph winds, with gusts up to 25 mph. Temperatures will remain in the teens and 20s.