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Nor'easter hits Long Island: See live updates

See live updates during the nor'easter from Newsday reporters and other journalists.

An East Hampton Village Highway Department employee cuts

An East Hampton Village Highway Department employee cuts down a large branch hanging over Main Street in East Hampton, Tuesday, March 13, 2018. Photo Credit: Gordon M. Grant

The third nor'easter in two weeks reached Long Island Tuesday, creating dangerous driving conditions and lowering visibility. A winter storm warning was in effect for Suffolk, where the East End could possibly get 12 inches of snow. Nassau was under a winter weather advisory.

See live updates during the nor'easter from Newsday reporters and other journalists.

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Inside Nassau's Office of Emergency Management facility

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran gives Newsday a tour of the county’s Office of Emergency Management facility in Bethpage. She is joined with Acting OEM Commissioner Joseph Trimarchi.

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#lisnow .... and now this.

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#lisnow

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When Spring is only days away yet still feels so far .. 🌷❄️ #lisnow

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Current mood #lisnow

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Blizzard conditions in Moriches early Tuesday. #lisnow @newsday

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#lisnow snow starting to accumulate 1 inch in cars and grass areas as of 315am..

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