Photos — Another snowfall hits the North Fork

02/05/2014 10:32 AM |

A winter storm warning remains in effect through 6 p.m. tonight after the area received a couple inches of heavy, wet snow overnight. 

The precipitation has turned into rain in the early morning, and Highway Superintendent Vincent Orlando said his crews will remain on the streets to clear and salt the roads.

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Here are some pictures from around town:

Katharine Schroeder photo | Yesterday’s snowman is covered with today’s snow and sleet in a Cutchogue front yard.

Katharine Schroeder photo | Mountains of snow in the King Kullen parking lot in Cutchogue.

Katharine Schroeder photo | A worker uses a backhoe to clear snow at Raphael Vineyards in Peconic.

Katharine Schroeder photo | Well, maybe not always the sunniest place.

Katharine Schroeder photo | A man waits for the bus on Main Road in Cutchogue.

Katharine Schroeder photo | Staying warm in a wool coat in Cutchogue.

Welcome to beautiful, snowy Greenport. Cyndi Murray photo.

Welcome to beautiful, snowy Greenport. Cyndi Murray photo.

Shoveling along Third Street in Greenport. Cyndi Murray photo.

Shoveling along Third Street in Greenport. Cyndi Murray photo.

Cleaning up from the storm along Main Street in Greenport. Cyndi Murray photo.

Cleaning up from the storm along Main Street in Greenport. Cyndi Murray photo.

Gull Pond in Greenport. Cyndi Murray photo.

Gull Pond in Greenport. Cyndi Murray photo.

Dropping an anchor in the snow. Cyndi Murray photo.

Dropping an anchor in the snow. Cyndi Murray photo.

Farm equipment along the Main Road in Southold. Cyndi Murray photo.

Farm equipment along the Main Road in Southold. Cyndi Murray photo.

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