While streets are are passable, there's little black pavement to be found, even on high traffic avenues such as Bayport and Snedecor in Bayport.
Montauk Highway between Sayville and Bayport was pretty much a two-lane road, instead of the usual four lanes. All local gas stations and liquor stores appeared open.
Sayville's main street is also packed down with snow though many business parking lots are clear. The most cleared is St. Lawrence given a pass by about 4 p.m. Friday.
Several stores, including Starbucks and Sayville Pizza are open, and the Four Star General Store. But many downtown businesses were closed due to the weather.
Plows were spotted in several areas, as snow clearing continues in both Islip and Brookhaven.
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