Thunderstorms Possible for Huntington Area

Thunderstorms and showers are expected for the Huntington area, many after 5 p.m. the National Weather Service said Monday afternoon. It said that some storms could be severe, with large hail, damaging winds, and frequent lightning. The chance of precipitation is 70%. “New rainfall amounts Read More …

Cold, Possible Snow Squalls Forecast for Saturday

Huntington can expect a polar front with continuing high winds and a line of snow Saturday afternoon, the National Weather Service said. The cold front could be accompanied by snow squalls. The front is expected to bring  snow, wind gusts of 40 to 50 miles Read More …

Long Island Snowfall Totals

Drifting and blowing snow is expected to impede visibility overnight into Sunday morning, the National Weather Service said Saturday evening. Travel will continue to be hazardous. Wind chills will be around -5 to -10 overnight. Snow totals from the storm are as follows:   …SUFFOLK Read More …

3rd Update: Hochul Says LI is ‘Epicenter’ of Storm

Gov. Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency effective at 8 p.m. Friday because of the oncoming blizzard that is expected to hit Long Island hard. In a stop at the state Department of Transportation building in Melville, she said Long Island will likely “Be Read More …

Rain, Arctic Airmass Forecast for Area

Rain and dropping temperatures are expected into Monday and Tuesday, the National Weather Service said Sunday. Windchills of 0 to 10 below zero are likely late Monday night into Tuesday morning. Temperatures will likely be 20 degrees or lower for 30 to 40 hrs across Read More …

Huntington Area Gets 8 Inches of Snow

Huntington residents headed out into the snow Friday, some to remove it, others to enjoy a chance to frolick. At midday, the temperatures hovered around mid-30 degrees, under a mostly sunny, blue sky. But temperatures are expected to drop Friday night, which, combined with wind Read More …

Light Snow Expected for Huntington Area

Light snow is predicted for the area starting around noon Monday, while temperatures drop into the high 20s. The East End and South Shores are expected to get the worst of it, the National Weather Service said, at least 4 inches of snow. Less than Read More …

More Rain, High Gusts of Wind Predicted for Huntington Area

Update: Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone declared a state of emergency Tuesday as another round of rain and high winds is expected later Tuesday afternoon. Wind gusts could reach 60 MPH. The next band of bad weather comes on top of two inches of rain Read More …

Heavy Rains, Wind Pound Huntington Area

Gov. Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency in Suffolk and 13 other counties as the heavy winds and rain from remnants of Hurricane Ida deluged the area.   PSEG-LI said about 6,500 customers were without power, from a high of more than 24,000 since Wednesday Read More …

Update: More Rain, Wind Expected for Huntington Area

Updated: 10:06 a.m. Hurricane Henri was downgraded to a tropical storm Sunday morning, with winds of 39 to 57 mph expected for the Huntington area. A storm surge warning remains in effect for the shoreline. The Federal Emergency Management Agency approved aid for New York Read More …

Hurricane Watch in Effect for Huntington Area

Updated: 7:12 p.m. The National Weather Service issued a hurricane watch Friday for the Huntington area. Tropical Storm Henri is expected to move in the area and into southern New England over the weekend. The storm is expected to more seriously affect eastern Long Island Read More …