Forecast: Not as much snow from nor'easter as predicted
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The winter weather settling over Long Island for the next 48 hours remains a nor’easter, with wind gusts to 55 mph and coastal flooding expected, but a breath of dry, western air means significantly less snow than previously forecast, the National Weather Service said early Thursday.
Snow started falling after 1 a.m. Thursday in parts of eastern and central Suffolk County, but it was mostly...