Riverhead School District officials have announced there will be a two-hour delay of classes Tuesday morning.
Shoreham-Wading River will also have a two-hour delayed opening.
Bishop McGann-Mercy High School will also be delayed by two hours Tuesday.
Riverhead Charter School will have a two-hour delay of classes Tuesday morning.
St. Isidore will have a delayed opening at 10 a.m.
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Cars driving through Polish Town Monday. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The National Weather Service has extended the Winter Weather Advisory through 9 a.m. due to significant icing. Temperatures remain at about 10 degrees with a wins chill below zero. (more…)
More snow appears headed our way after a blizzard dumped about two feet of snow last Monday into Tuesday. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
Less than a week after a blizzard dropped two feet of snow across the North Fork, another storm is headed to the area. The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Watch this morning that will be in effect from Sunday evening into Monday afternoon.
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After 20-plus inches of snow fell earlier this week, what’s another one or two inches?
That’s what can be expected overnight, according to the National Weather Service, which is predicting more snowfall starting after midnight and into tomorrow morning. (more…)
Riverhead is expected to dodge the worst of the winter weather predicted to hit Long Island after midnight tonight, according to the National Weather Service. (more…)
Peconic River downtown Riverhead after a snowstorm last February. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)
Riverhead can expect about an inch of snowfall Wednesday night, according to the National Weather Service.
But forecasters are tracking a storm that could blanket the area Saturday night into Sunday, said NWS meteorologist Brian Ciemnecki. (more…)
A frozen Main Road fountain from mid-November. (Credit: Carrie Miller)
Despite temperatures in the 50s yesterday, tonight’s evening chill is only a taste of what’s to come, as single-digit temperatures compounded by heavy winds will make for what feels like sub-zero temperatures later this week, according to the National Weather Service.
Temperatures in the mid-30s this afternoon will fall down to the mid-teens overnight, making for a mostly clear and dry night, meteorologist David Stark said.
But come Tuesday, a quick increase in cloud cover will cause light snow starting mid-morning with about an inch of accumulation expected to end by mid-afternoon, Mr. Stark said.
“Whatever snowfall does stick could make a bit of a difficult travel,” he said.
A cold snap of temperatures in the mid-20s will greet residents Wednesday, with a possible passing snow shower in the afternoon, he said.
Wednesday-night temperatures are expected to fall into the single digits with wind gusts of up to 35 mph expected, according to the forecast.
“It is going to feel like it is below zero at -7 to -12 degrees Thursday morning, but will subside a bit during the day,” Mr. Stark said. “We’re not looking at any record lows, but it will be one of the cooler days we’ve seen so far this winter.”
There’s no chance of a white Christmas this year, according to the National Weather Service in Upton.