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03/06/18 10:00am
COURTESY MAP BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: Winter storm warnings have been issued for the region, with a winter storm watch remaining in effect across eastern Long Island, where more rain may mix in.

COURTESY MAP BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: Winter storm warnings have been issued for the region, with a winter storm watch remaining in effect across eastern Long Island, where more rain may mix in.

While a winter storm warning was issued for areas further west on Long Island ahead of Wednesday’s nor’easter, less snow will fall on the East End, forecasters said Tuesday morning. (more…)

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03/02/18 11:19am
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO PSEG crews work to clear the damage from a tree uprooted by high winds at the corner of Smith Street and Route 114 this morning.

AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO PSEG crews work to clear the damage from a tree uprooted by high winds at the corner of Smith Street and Route 114 this morning.

According to the PSEG website, the Island has experienced no power outages so far from the nor’easter battering the East End.

Police Chief Jim Read said the power company’s “support has been great.” (more…)

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02/13/18 8:00am
MARTIN BURKE PHOTO A sliver of a moon hangs over West Neck Bay at dawn Tuesday.

MARTIN BURKE PHOTO A sliver of a moon hangs over West Neck Bay at dawn Tuesday.

A bright, sunny and cold winter’s day is in store for Shelter Island, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).

The high temperature today will be near 34 degrees, but north winds of 5 to 14 mph will make it feel between 15 and 25 degrees.

Tonight the wind will shift to the south at about 5 mph, according to the NWS, with clouds rolling in and a low temperature of about 30 degrees.