Long Islanders dig out after storm

Long Islanders spent the day scraping, plowing and shoveling the snow from Friday's storm. Neighbors helped neighbors by snowblowing and shoveling each other's driveways and

Long Islanders spent the day scraping, plowing and shoveling snow.

Long Islanders spent the day scraping, plowing and shoveling snow. (2/9/13)

COMMACK - Long Islanders spent the day scraping, plowing and shoveling the snow from Friday's storm.

Neighbors helped neighbors by snowblowing and shoveling each other's driveways and sidewalks.

While there was a lot of work to do, some took a break to have a little fun. Mike Matos and his daughter Gracie, of Commack, made their first snowman of the season.

A winter storm that began Friday morning dropped up to 32 inches of snow on some parts of Long Island.

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