Another snow storm expected to hit Long Island on Thursday will last until Friday evening in what forecasters are calling “a long-duration winter weather event.”
A fast-moving winter storm blanketed parts of Long Island in nine inches of snow on Super Bowl Sunday.
The Long Island Rail Road temporarily suspended service on all train lines as of 2:30 p.m. Monday as heavy winds and snowfall continued, according to MTA Chairman Pat Foye.
The nor'easter forecast to hit Long Island early Monday through Tuesday morning is now expected to dump more than a foot of snow on parts of the region, forecasters say.
The first big winter storm of the season dumped more than 8 inches of snow on parts of Long Island overnight Wednesday into Thursday days before winter arrives Monday.
A winter storm has the potential to bring six to 14 inches of snow to Long Island between Wednesday and Thursday, impacting the evening and morning rush hours, officials said today.
A pre-winter snow storm coated Long Island roadways with the white stiff overnight Monday into Tuesday, although it could have been worse, experts say.