Weather Update: Snow falling on most of LI; East End to bear brunt of storm

Another winter storm has blanketed most parts of Nassau and Suffolk counties with fresh snow.



The winter storm is expected to leave 2 to 4 inches of snow across most of Nassau and Suffolk counties before tapering off around 9 or 10 p.m. Forecasters say the storm will taper off on the East End around midnight. 



The East End was expected to bear the brunt of Saturday's snowstorm, with up to 8 inches forecasted for some areas.



The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for northeast and southeast Suffolk County east of the William Floyd Parkway, to be in effect through midnight.



The snow will clear out for Sunday, but temperatures will be cold, reaching the high 20s.


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