Weather: Snow, ice taper off on Long Island

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WOODBURY - Heavy, wet snow that changed to freezing rain has tapered off across Long Island. 

Areas in Locust Valley and Woodbury saw the most snow accumulations with 5 inches. Other areas in western Nassau saw only 1 to 2 inches.

News 12 Meteorologists say wet roads will create icy roadways as temperatures continue to drop Wednesday night. Drivers are urged to take it slow during Thursday’s morning commute.

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High temperatures will be near 30 degrees Thursday.

Forecasters say there is more snow expected on Long Island Sunday.

Traffic maps from the tri-state area and traffic cameras are also available on News 12 Interactive, Optimum Channel 612.  Just click on the 'Traffic' tab.

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