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"The roads are open but that is a deceptive statement."

“You should not be on the road, it’s that simple."

Snow accumulation predictions currently range from 7 to 12 inches, forecasters said.

Three to eight inches of snow is expected, with higher amounts expected on the East End.

The weather service reported that 30 inches of snow was measured in Orient—the high mark for this storm—and more than two feet in other areas across Suffolk.

The first blizzard of 2015 dumped upwards of two feet of snow on Long Island.

More than two feel of snow was recorded on the North Fork on Tuesday morning while the flakes were still falling.

Officials urge drivers to stay off the roads to make way for plows and emergency crews.