With stories of the damage left by Saturday’s nor’easter pouring out in rapid succession, it’s difficult to keep up. So we’ve put together our full coverage for you to follow.

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Among the latest details, a Suffolk official said there is an estimated $30 million of damage in the county, mostly from downed wires and trees.

In the Town of Huntington, Supervisor Frank P. Petrone declared a state of emergency effective 1 p.m. Sunday for the Incorporated Village of Asharoken and the Eaton’s Neck peninsula in response to damage on Asharoken Avenue and the potential for additional damage at high tide tonight.

More to come.

The Wantagh home of Gary Marsicozetere, above, was damaged by a falling tree from his neighbor's yard during the nor'easter. (March 14, 2010) Photo: J. Conrad Williams.