Update: PSEG Reports Outages; Trees Down Around Huntington

  About 60 customers lost power Wednesday as a rain and high winds swept through the area. There were multiple reports of trees down around Huntington, including Eaton’s Neck, Greenlawn, Centerport, Huntington, Melville, and Northport. PSEG-LI said it was investigating the outages. Outages were also Read More …

Snow Cleanup Underway; Water Main Floods Road

  Crews both public and private were out Tuesday, removing the snow that fell overnight and into the afternoon. Water spewed from a main on Larkfield Road near Jericho Turnpike; Huntingon Highway Superintendent Andre Sorrentino was on the scene. Huntington suspended its trash pickup Tuesday, Read More …

Town to Open Warming Centers Again as Cold Continues

The Town of Huntington will be opening warming centers at several locations throughout the Town starting at 4 p.m. Wednesday .through Friday. As of 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, PSEG-LI had no reports of outages in Huntington. The centers are: Clark Gillies Dix Hills Ice Rink 575 Read More …

Rain, Strong Winds Forecast; Town Postpones Inauguration

  Update: Because of the forecast, the Town of Huntington postponed plans for an inauguration of town officials, who took office last week. No new date has been scheduled yet. The National Weather Service said a major storm system is expected late Tuesday, continuing into Read More …

2nd Update: Flood Watch for Huntington Area

  2nd Update: The National Weather Service issued a flood advisory Sunday for Suffolk County. At 902 PM EST, Doppler radar indicated heavy rain moving back into areas that received 1 to 2 inches of rain earlier today. – Additional rainfall amounts of 0.3 to Read More …

Update: More Rain, Gusty Winds for Huntington

Update: The forecast of continuing heavy rains forced the cancellation of numerous events and left several streets flooded. Workers wered draining water from North Street in Huntington Station Friday morning. West Neck Road and New York Avenue at the intersection of Lowndes Avenue also had Read More …

Experts: Keep Watch on the Storm This Week

Long Islanders are advised to keep an eye on weather reports this week, as Hurricane Lee churns up the Atlantic. The National Weather Service said Tuesday night that it is too early to tell what impact the storm might have in the Northeast. Predictions are Read More …