South Shore residents deal with more flooding

Some stormy weather hit Long Island two weeks after Sandy hit.

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FREEPORT - As cleanup continues two weeks after Sandy and a week after a nor'easter, some stormy weather hit Long Island again.

Though it was just a dreary day with rainy weather, those cleaning up their homes had to deal with a little more flooding. In Freeport, the canal ran over again, drenching homes and businesses along Woodcleft Avenue.

Meanwhile, in Suffolk County, residents along the South Shore put sandbags and tarps out to keep the wet weather out of their already devastated homes.

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