6 A.M. Monday
More than six inches of snow fell across the North Fork Sunday into Monday creating hazardous conditions on the roads and forcing delayed openings of schools.
While the precipitation has stopped, winds of more than 20 miles per hour are expected for later this morning, which could create some drifty conditions on the roadways.
The sun is expected to peek out later this afternoon as temperatures rise slightly above freezing before dipping back into the teens later today, according to the National Weather Service.
Some snow and rain is in the forecast again for Tuesday night.
5 P.M. SUNDAY
When you wake up tomorrow morning there could be up to 8 inches of fresh snow to greet you, according to the latest projections from the National Weather Service in Upton.
The NWS has issued a Winter Weather Warning and projects between 4 and 8 inches of snow with ice accumulation of up to a tenth of an inch. Temperatures are expected to dip into the low 2os tonight.
The warning is in effect until 7 a.m.
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The site of a proposed business center on Route 25 in Mattituck (Credit: Cyndi Murray, file)
A plan to build a 75-unit affordable housing complex on a wooded 20-acre property across from the Capital One office building in Mattituck will not go forward. (more…)
County Executive Steve Bellone (center) touts the benefits of the county’s new sex offender monitoring efforts in Hauppauge Friday. (Credit: Tim Gannon)
A program designed to monitor and reduce recidivism among convicted sex offenders has been very successful in the Suffolk County Police Department’s jurisdiction, officials said Friday.
The program, part of the county’s Community Protection Act, uses retired police officers who work for the nonprofit Parents for Megan’s Law to make in-person visits to sex offenders to ensure that they’re in compliance with residency registration laws and other requirements.
To date, however, none of the five East End town police departments is using that portion of the program, which has been offered to them at no cost, said Laura Ahearn, director of the nonprofit, which works to prevent sex offenses and aid victims of sex crimes. (more…)
Long Island Power Authority workers dig the intersection of Bay Shore Road and Island View Lane in Greenport. (Credit: Carrie Miller, file)
PSEG officials have reached no decision about whether to push forward with a substation on Shelter Island or cables linking the Island to the North Fork.
But when they do, how to proceed their call to make, they say — even in the face of community opposition. (more…)
Peconic Recycling workers sort through garbage as it comes down the conveyor belt Monday morning. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
After nearly eight years and $8 million, the Peconic Recycling and Transfer Station in Cutchogue is now open and capable of sorting and processing hundreds of tons of commercial construction and demolition waste, said owners Jon DiVello and Stanley Lomangino, who also own Mattituck Environmental Services (formerly Mattituck Sanitation). (more…)
Scott Russell responds to questions following his State of the Town address Thursday. (Credit: Grant Parpan)
Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell stressed the need for community input on several key issues, including affordable housing and helicopter noise, in his sixth annual “State of the Town” address Thursday night. (more…)