Plainview residents are digging out from a major winter storm that pounded Long Island and the Eastern Seaboard for a 24-hour period beginning early Friday.
The storm dumped up to two feet of snow or more on Suffolk County and about a foot-and-a-half on Plainview. Drifts range much higher. Plainview's back streets are becoming passable and most businesses are open.
Main arteries are moving through Nassau. Suffolk County was hit far worse. The LIE east of Exit 57 and other major Suffolk roadways remain closed. The parkways are open.
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