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HOLBROOK, NY — Expect the Friday morning drive and walk outside your home to be treacherous. The National Weather Service issued a Special Weather Statement at 5:17 a.m. for Long Island. The weather service stressed "Extreme caution should be taken if traveling early this morning."
HOLBROOK, NY — The snow started to accumulate quickly when the latest winter storm hit Long Island and the greater Sachem area Thursday morning.
FARMINGVILLE, NY — A winter storm with snow and sleet will create hazardous conditions across Long Island on Thursday and Friday. By the time the storm moves out, there could be up to 8 inches of snow in some areas, including in the greater Sachem area.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Snow was seen accumulating Monday morning and several power outages were being reported as a wintery storm moved across the state.
SHREVEPORT, La. - Blowing snow and sleet equals to a slow drive due to the icy road conditions.
SHREVEPORT, La. - A major winter storm is moving into the ArkLaTex as of Sunday evening. A heavy combination of freezing rain, sleet and snow is expected for tonight through Monday morning. Also, bitterly cold temperatures will be with us for much of this coming week. Here's the latest.
HOLTSVILLE, NY — Maybe Holtsville Hal was teasing Long Islanders earlier this month when he predicted an early spring on Groundhog Day. More potentially treacherous winter weather is headed to the greater Sachem area beginning Saturday late afternoon.
LAKE RONKONKOMA, NY — Just as we tune in to watch the Super Bowl kick off in warm Tampa Bay, Long Islanders will dig out from the second significant snow storm in a week. Locally in the greater Sachem area, snow may accumulate a little over seven inches.
FARMINGVILLE, NY — Get ready for another dig out. Greater Sachem and all of Long Island are about to get a big dumping of snow on Super Bowl Sunday. Locally, Farmingville and Holbrook could see the most snow with up to eight inches. And maybe, just maybe, the lingering effects of the intensifying Sunday storm could mean a delayed opening or snow day for the kids come Monday. Earlier this week, Sachem Central School District was closed for snow days on Monday and Tuesday.
HOLBROOK, NY — To the disappointment of Sachem kids, the timing of the next snowstorm won’t mean a snow day. The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Watch from late Saturday night through Sunday afternoon. OnSachem News has snow projections for Centereach, Farmingville, Holbrook, Holtsville, Lake Grove, Lake Ronkonkoma, Nesconset, and Ronkonkoma.