Erosion, Not Snowfall, Is Blizzard's Main Impact In East Hampton - 27 East

Erosion, Not Snowfall, Is Blizzard’s Main Impact In East Hampton

author on Jan 4, 2011
The snow from last week’s blizzard is mostly gone, but devastated shorelines and flooded properties in East Hampton Town stand as a reminder of the gale-force winds and heavy surf... more

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