Nor'easter hits LI

A nor'easter arrived on Long Island Wednesday night,

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A nor'easter arrived on Long Island Wednesday night, knocking down trees and power lines, closing roads, leaving behind 8 inches of snow in areas. The weather service issued a warning to drivers, advising of treacherous road conditions on Thursday morning. Videojournalist: Arnold Miller

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