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LIGHT SNOW AND SPOTTY LIGHT FREEZING RAIN POSSIBLE THIS EVENING As temperatures slowly rise this evening, light snow should quickly change over to rain across Long Island, New York City and the suburbs just north and west, and across coastal and southeastern Connecticut, with at least a coating of accumulation, and as much as an inch farther away from the coast. As precipitation mixes with and changes to rain, road temperatures in these areas may still be below freezing even as air temperatures slowly rise to the mid and upper 30s, and a light glaze of ice may be possible on untreated surfaces. So plan on slippery conditions this evening even as temperatures slowly rise.

History: 19th Century Photo of Henry B. Wilson on Horseback in East Hampton

This 1800s photo shows vacationers in East Hampton’s Summer Colony.

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Photo: The Long Island Collection, East Hampton Library.

Henry B. Wilson (1845-1896) on horseback in front of a house, probably the James S. Satterthwaite House in East Hampton, N.Y. Henry's children, Harry B. Wilson (1889-1966) and Helen Wilson (1883-1937) can be seen on the porch behind him.


Photo: This image is part of the Henry B. Wilson Collection of images and letters. The images were taken by the Henry B. Wilson family during their time in East Hampton as part of the Summer Colony, ca. 1891-1893.