Plow drivers clear roads on North Shore

The snowstorm is expected to move out of the area soon, but drivers are urged to use caution.

The storm is expected to move out around 6 a.m.

The storm is expected to move out around 6 a.m. (2/14/14)

PORT WASHINGTON - On the North Shore, plow drivers cleared the roads from the second round of snow that was dumped in the area this morning.

News 12 Long Island’s Elyse Evans was in Port Washington where the slush and ice piled up on the roadways.

The snowstorm moved out of the area, but drivers are still urged to use caution.

 

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