Snow causes slow-go for commuters in Port Jefferson

Even though the roads are a mess from the nor’easter that swept through Long Island this morning, residents in Port Jefferson Station are making the

Residents tell News 12 Long Island's Erin Colton they are over the winter.

Residents tell News 12 Long Island's Erin Colton they are over the winter. (3/8/13)

PORT JEFFERSON - Even though the roads are a mess from the nor’easter that swept through Long Island this morning, residents in Port Jefferson Station are making the most of it.

News 12 Long Island’s Erin Colton spoke with residents who said they are tired of the snow and the winter.

Town of Brookhaven drivers said although it was a slow-go in some areas, at least their streets were plowed this time. 

The plows were also out in full force where News 12 was today on Route 347, while cars took it slow on the way to work this morning.


 

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