Tag: snow

Snowier Than Normal Winter May Hit Long Island

Dust off the ice scraper, snow shovel, and heavy boots, because Long Island is likely to see more snow than usual this winter, forecasters say.

Storm Dumps 6 Inches of Snow On Long Island

The first winter storm of the season dumped more than six inches of snow on parts of Long Island on Thursday, snarling the evening commute with nearly 500 crashes and causing more than 6,000 of power outages.

Nor’easter Dumps 20 Inches of Snow on Long Island

The fourth nor’easter forecast to hit Long Island in a month dropped 20 inches of snow—with a foot falling in four hours in Islip Wednesday night into Thursday morning, meteorologists said.

Photo Essay: Chiseled in Snow

Marty Bevilacqua, a philanthropist and business leader, has been creating snow sculptures on the front lawn of his Rockville Centre home for more than 30 years. Here’s a sample of his best work.

Nor’easter Dumps Up to 18 Inches of Snow on Long Island

The third nor’easter to hit Long Island in two weeks brought between one and 18 inches of snow to parts of the region, meteorologists said.

Nor’easter Brings 9 Inches of Snow to Long Island

The second nor'easter to hit Long Island in less than a week dumped nearly nine inches of heavy, wet snow on parts of the region Wednesday and also caused strong winds, power outages and flooding.

8 Inches of Snow Forecast for Long Island

A winter storm is forecast to dump up to eight inches of snow on parts of Long Island this weekend, with lesser accumulations on the East End, meteorologists said.

Storm May Bring 6 Inches of Snow to Long Island

A winter storm is forecast to bring up to 6 inches of snow—and possibly higher accumulations—to Long Island over the weekend shortly before the start of spring Monday.

Long Island Under Blizzard Watch: 12-18 Inches Of Snow Possible

Long Island could get buried in 12 to 18 inches of snow Monday evening throughout Tuesday, according to forecasters. The National Weather Service in Upton has issued a Blizzard Watch for Long Island, New York City, and other parts of the region in effect from late Monday night through Tuesday evening.

3-5 Inches of Snow Possible for Long Island

Initially, the weather service said 7 inches of snow could possibly fall on the East End but a Friday morning update indicated less accumulation.