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Did you know it snowed on Monday?

A picture of a Snow Crystal taken by Wilson Be...

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It really snowed on Long Island Monday. A woman at the library had told me that she saw snow at 7:30 am Monday in North Babylon when she took her children to the bus stop. Now, Newsday reported snow on Monday as the first snow of the season. (Although, my young nephews in Coram claimed to see some flakes this weekend, I believe those flakes were “under the radar” as it were.)

(excerpt from) Newsday
Early taste of winter hits LI with snow, wind, cold temps

Long Island got an unusually early shot of winter Monday as the white flakes dusted some neighborhoods in what was the earliest seasonal sighting of snow in 23 years…

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Another Newsday story points out that some people may not have coats this winter, unless there is enough giving at local charities:
Demand for warm coats rises at LI charities

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