North Shore bears heavier brunt of storm

The North Shore took more of a hit from Saturday's wintry storm than communities did along the South Shore.

Some spent the day outside, like the Aranoff family, who enjoyed a walk to the local library.

Some spent the day outside, like the Aranoff family, who enjoyed a walk to the local library. (12/14/13)

PORT WASHINGTON -  

The North Shore took more of a hit from Saturday's wintry storm than communities did along the South Shore, but residents took it in stride.

More snow accumulations were totaled along the North Shore in communities like Port Washington.

Many residents north of the Long Island Expressway spent the day shoveling, shopping and navigating the messy roads.

Drivers were urged to use caution on the roads into Sunday.

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