South Fork Digs Out Following Blizzard That Dumped About 12 Inches Of Snow - 27 East

South Fork Digs Out Following Blizzard That Dumped About 12 Inches Of Snow

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Crews in Southampton Village get ready for the storm.

Crews in Southampton Village get ready for the storm.

A pile of salt is ready at Southampton Village.

A pile of salt is ready at Southampton Village.

Almost 10 inches in North Sea as of Wednesday monring.  ALEA  HARKAWIK

Almost 10 inches in North Sea as of Wednesday monring. ALEA HARKAWIK

Jim O'Connell clears snow early on Wednesday morning in Hampton Bays.   DANA SHAW

Jim O'Connell clears snow early on Wednesday morning in Hampton Bays. DANA SHAW

Ponquogue Avenue in Hampton Bays early Wednesday morning. DANA SHAW

Ponquogue Avenue in Hampton Bays early Wednesday morning. DANA SHAW

Plows were out in full force in Southampton Village on  Wednesday morning.   DANA SHAW

Plows were out in full force in Southampton Village on Wednesday morning. DANA SHAW

The CVS parking lot in Southampton Village being plowed early Wednesday morning.  DANA SHAW

The CVS parking lot in Southampton Village being plowed early Wednesday morning. DANA SHAW

Main Street in Southampton early Wednesday morning.  DANA SHAW

Main Street in Southampton early Wednesday morning. DANA SHAW

Lake Agawam in Southampton Village.  DANA SHAW

Lake Agawam in Southampton Village. DANA SHAW

Ducks make a short flight at lake Agawam in Southampton village early Wednesday morning.  DANA SHAW

Ducks make a short flight at lake Agawam in Southampton village early Wednesday morning. DANA SHAW

Back up the hill for another run.  DANA SHAW

Back up the hill for another run. DANA SHAW

Sledding in Hampton Bays on Wednesday afternoon.   DANA SHAW

Sledding in Hampton Bays on Wednesday afternoon. DANA SHAW

Sledding in Hampton Bays on Wednesday afternoon.   DANA SHAW

Sledding in Hampton Bays on Wednesday afternoon. DANA SHAW

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 Maggie and Landon Nydegger sledding in Hampton Bays on Wednesday afternoon.  DANA SHAW

Maggie and Landon Nydegger sledding in Hampton Bays on Wednesday afternoon. DANA SHAW

Sledding in Hampton Bays on Wednesday afternoon.

Sledding in Hampton Bays on Wednesday afternoon.

By Michael Wright on Jan 17, 2011
The South Fork is digging out from a blizzard that dumped an average of 12 inches of snow across the area Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The storm accounted for... more

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