Nor'Easter Delivers Snow, Not so Much Rain or High Wind

Thanks to warmer temperatures roads were easily passable Thursday morning.

It could have been worse. The first Nor'Easter of 2012 to hit the south shore communities of West Sayville to Blue Point delivered more snow than rain and high-winds and thanks to higher temperatures just made for slushy commutes and roadways.

As of 7 a.m. roadways were clear as the few inches melted but corners of side streets could present an issue to any speeding car. Bayport-Blue Point and Sayville schools opened on time though many other LI districts cancelled school or had delayed openings.

The weather reports are calling for sunshine Friday.

Got any pictures of the snow, or the roads. Share them on our Pics and Clips gallery or email them to judy.mottl@patch.com


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