Snow-Filled Images Of Long Island’s First Blizzard Of 2018

Long Island received a healthy helping of snow on Jan. 4. (Photo by jenna_mccoy on Instagram)

Along with the new year came the first snow storm of the season. Long Islanders from Mineola to Montauk and beyond stayed home from work and school today to enjoy winter day indoors, in between bouts of shoveling, snowblowing and snowman building. 

Pour yourself a cup of hot cocoa and enjoy these photos and videos from your fellow snow day revelers around the Island: 

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Main Street #finnmccools #portwashington

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View from the deanery! ❄️

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Snowy days in Oyster Bay.

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Happy Snow Day!


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Kimberly Dijkstra
Kimberly Dijkstra is the web editor for Anton Media Group, a writer for Long Island Weekly and recipient of several Press Club of Long Island (PCLI) and New York Press Association (NYPA) awards.

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