In Sayville, Blue Point and Bayport, most Patch readers report hearing and seeing plows and sanders beginning Thursday evening and early Friday morning.
Residents noted on Patch's Facebook that most main roads were clear Friday morning.
"Main ones are pretty well plowed, considering the storm is still underway," offered up Eric Arthur Blair.
"I saw plows in Blue Point around 11 last night and heard them again in the middle of the night," shared Stephanie Seff Makowski. Kathy Devine also reported hearing plows all night.
Noah C. Carphotography reported that most of north Bayport had been plowed by noon on Friday.
As of 7:30 a.m. Friday Islip Town officials told Patch that it's 200-plus snow removal vehicles were making the third swing through the town's 1,200 miles or roadway.
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