Prolonged Storm Forecast for Huntington Area

A prolonged storm is expected to arrive Thursday morning in the Huntington area, bringing 3 to 6 inches of snow, followed by another 1 to 3 inches on Friday. Snow is predicted to start after 8 a.m. Thursday. The National Weather Service said a light Read More …

Update: Rain, Wind Knock Out Power to Hundreds in Huntington

Update 9 p.m. : More than 600 Huntington customers lost power Christmas morning as strong winds and rain hit the area. By about 9 p.m. all but about 30 had had power restored, PSEG-LI said. Huntington Bay and South Huntington were the most affected, with Read More …

3rd Update: Snow, Sleet Hit Area; Trash Pickup Canceled

3rd update 1:05 am.  Snow slickened roads and made driving hazardous Wednesday evening and was expected to continue into the mid-morning Thursday.    The National Weather Service said another 1 to 3 inches of snow could be expected for Thursday.   As of 11 p.m. Read More …

Winter Storm Predicted for Area, With Snow, Gusting Winds

A  storm packing heavy snow and gusty winds is expected to hit Huntington and the region starting Wednesday afternoon. Total snow accumulation could reach 8 to 14 inches, with Nassau County and western Suffolk County expected to be hit hardest by the storm with winds Read More …

Weather Service Warns of High Winds

The National Weather Service has issued a warning for high wind  and heavy rain effective early Monday morning. Because of the weather, pop-up Covid-19 testing sites, including the one at Huntington High School, will not operate Monday. Winds are expected in the range of 25 Read More …

Storm Takes Down Trees, Cuts Power for More Than 1,000 in Huntington

More than 1,000 Huntington customers lost power in Wednesday night’s storm that battered Long Island.  PSEG-LI reported outages from Lloyd Harbor and Eatons Neck to Dix Hills. Some Eatons Neck residents were reporting outages occurring Thursday morning, as fierce winds are expected to continue throughout Read More …

Update: PSEG Says 90% Have Regained Power Lost to Storm

Update: PSEG-LI said that as of 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, it has restored service to approximately 90 percent of the customers affected by the storm.  The majority of those still without power should see it restored by midnight, the utility said. Hundreds of trees came down Read More …

Storm Brings Power Outages, Blocked Roads

A fast-moving, severe thunderstorm with high winds and rain came through Huntington Sunday afternoon, downing trees, closing streets and cutting power to several neighborhoods. PSEG-LI said that as of early Monday morning, approximately 23,834 of its 1.1 million customers across Long Island and the Rockaways Read More …