(East Farmingdale, NY)- The first winter storm of the 2020 season brought a little bit of everything. Long Islanders first saw snow begin to fall on Wednesday in the afternoon before switching to rain and freezing rain before midnight. Thursday morning brought more rain, sleet and ice, before changing back to mostly snow across Long Island. A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for Long Island through 1pm. A Coastal Flood Warning is in effect for the South Shore in Nassau and Suffolk until 2pm. As of 11:30am The National Weather Service, lists the town of Commack in Suffolk County as having the most snow on Long Island at 8.1 inches. In Nassau County, Albertson came in on top, reporting 7.6 inches of snow.
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