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Southampton Town  Highway Department employee Ryan Jiudice gets his snowplow ready for the storm on Friday morning.  DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Highway Department employee Ryan Jiudice gets his snowplow ready for the storm on Friday morning. DANA SHAW

Deputy Highway Superintendent Robert Welch and Superintendent Alex Gregor go over their plans to deal with the storm.  DANA SHAW

Deputy Highway Superintendent Robert Welch and Superintendent Alex Gregor go over their plans to deal with the storm. DANA SHAW

Deputy Highway Superintendent Robert Welch and Superintendent Alex Gregor go over their plans to deal with the storm.  DANA SHAW

Deputy Highway Superintendent Robert Welch and Superintendent Alex Gregor go over their plans to deal with the storm. DANA SHAW

Deputy Highway Superintendent Robert Welch and Superintendent Alex Gregor go over their plans to deal with the storm.  DANA SHAW

Deputy Highway Superintendent Robert Welch and Superintendent Alex Gregor go over their plans to deal with the storm. DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Superintendent Alex Gregor with snowplows lined up and ready to go.  DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Superintendent Alex Gregor with snowplows lined up and ready to go. DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Highway Department employee Ryan Jiudice gets his snowplow ready for the storm on Friday morning.  DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Highway Department employee Ryan Jiudice gets his snowplow ready for the storm on Friday morning. DANA SHAW

A truck is loaded with salt on Friday afternoon at the East Hampton Town Highway Department yard before the blizzard. KYRIL BROMLEY

A truck is loaded with salt on Friday afternoon at the East Hampton Town Highway Department yard before the blizzard. KYRIL BROMLEY

A truck is loaded with salt on Friday afternoon at the East Hampton Town Highway Department yard before the blizzard. KYRIL BROMLEY

A truck is loaded with salt on Friday afternoon at the East Hampton Town Highway Department yard before the blizzard. KYRIL BROMLEY

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