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Town Officials Advise Caution as Nor’Easter Passes Through Region

March 2nd, 2018 – Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter, along with Town officials from the Department of Public Works and Public Safety, are asking residents to be mindful of high winds, road flooding and high tides, as a winter Nor’Easter passes through the region.

Supervisor Carpenter advises residents of the following:

  • Coastal flooding, strong to damaging winds, and heavy rain are expected. Wind gusts could reach up to 50-60 + mph.
  • Use care while driving and avoid puddles whenever possible.
  • Move vehicles to high ground if they are in low lying areas.
  • Have flashlights handy in the event of power outages.

The heaviest of wind gusts are anticipated between 4-7 pm. Friday afternoon into Friday evening. High tide is expected at 10:35 pm. Friday evening. Rain should taper off by Saturday morning.


PSEG Long Island Issues Safety Tips Before Storm

March 1st, 2018 – PSEG Long Island is ready for the approaching storm system that is predicted to bring heavy rain, gusty winds, snow and local flooding to the service area beginning Thursday evening. Employees and contractors are prepared to respond to and restore any outages caused by the storm as quickly and safely as possible. Please see the below tips to maximize safety during the storm.  


Sign Up for E-Alerts Ahead of the Storm!

March 1st, 2018 – Ahead of tonight's potentially strong storm, we urge residents to sign up for the town's E-ALERT System to stay informed and receive important safety information, directly from the Town of Islip officials.

Click HERE to visit the sign-up page.

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