Snow is expected to continue Tuesday until about 3 p.m., with a total daytime snow accumulation of up to 5 to 9 inches.
Huntington suspended its trash pickup Tuesday, saying that the snow had made working on some streets a safety issue.
Multiple drivers reported unsafe conditions on highways, with slick pavement and piles of snow.
Some businesses announced late openings, while multiple libraries decided Tuesday morning to close. Helping Hand Rescue Mission canceled plans to distribute food.
Snow began falling across the Huntington area overnight Monday, with heavier precipitation and gusting winds expected as the day goes on
Huntington Highway Superintendent Andre Sorrentino planned to have crews ready by 4 am Tuesday
Classes at St. Anthony’s will be all remote Tuesday, while classes and all activities are closed Tuesday at all public schools– Half Hollow Hills, Elwood, South Huntington, Northport, Huntington, Cold Spring Harbor, Harborfields and Commack school districts. The Cold Spring Board of Education meeting scheduled for Tuesday is rescheduled to Feb. 27.
The snow could be heavy at times, the National Weather Service said. Though a high of 36 is predicted for Tuesday afternoon, wind chill values are expected to be between 20 and 25.
Gusting winds of up to 40 mph are also likely.
Driving conditions are expected to be poor Tuesday morning because of wind-driven snow.
Because temperatures are expected to remain above freezing during the typical hours of operation, the town’s warming centers will not be opened Tuesday. Any resident in need of shelter should contact the Suffolk County Department of Social Services at 631-853-8714.
Crews from the Department of Environmental Waste will begin garbage collection earlier than normal Tuesday, at 5 a.m.
- Report downed trees, branches and wires blocking roads to Highway at 631-499-0444, at HuntingtonNY.gov/Highway, or [email protected]
- Report power outages or downed wires to PSEG Long Island at 1-800-490-0075, PSEGLINY.com or text OUT to PSEGLI or (773454)
- In the event of a gas emergency, or if you smell gas, National Grid advises you to call 911 or 1-800-490-0045
- Report emergencies to 911
- Report local public safety issues by calling the town Public Safety 24/7 Emergency Hotline at 631-351-3234
News12 is listing closings here.
- All pickleball lessons at Coindre hall on Tuesday will be cancelled and rescheduled.
- St. Anthony’s High School, which draws students from around the region, announced that it is switching to all-remote learning on Tuesday.
- The Clark Gillies Arena will be closed Tuesday until Noon.
- Tri CYA will be closed.
- Half Hollow Hills Community Libary is closed.
- St. Patrick’s School will be on a remote snow day for all students, Nursery through 8th Grade.
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