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COASTAL FLOOD STATEMENT REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 11 AM THIS MORNING TO 3 PM EDT THIS AFTERNOON * WHAT...Up to one half foot of inundation above ground level expected in vulnerable areas near the waterfront and shoreline. * WHERE...Southern Queens, Northwest Suffolk and Northern Nassau Counties. * WHEN...From 11 AM this morning to 3 PM EDT this afternoon. * IMPACTS...Brief minor flooding of the more vulnerable locations near the waterfront and shoreline. * SHORELINE IMPACTS...Breaking waves will result in localized dune toe erosion along the ocean beachfront.

Dozens of Districts Delay Opening as Roads Continue to Get Cleaned

Monday’s continual snowfall has prompted many local districts to delay opening Tuesday Morning.

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The snow storm that hit Long Island Sunday and continued throughout the day on Monday has left such a wet, wintery mess on the roadways that many districts across Long Island have decided to delay opening until later in the morning, giving the plows more time to clear the roads, and letting rush hour traffic pass by.

Currently, the National Weather Service has a Special Weather Statement in effect, warning of low temperatures Monday night that will likely create hazardous, icy road conditions. The NWS is warning locals to take extra caution when on the road, which is why schools across LI are taking this extra precaution.

To find out if your local district will have a delayed start or classes cancelled, please visit’s School Closings Page.

Unfortunately, we won't quite be out of the woods yet tomorrow - another Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect at 12 AM Wednesday morning, and will stay in effect through 5 PM that evening. On Wednesday, LI can expect additional snowfall and a contiuation of the icy, snowy conditions on the roadways.

For the most up to date weather information, visit the Weather Center, where you can find the latest weather forecasts, advisories, and more.

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[Source: National Weather Service.]

Pictured: A plow clears the roadways in Commack.