10 Feb 2017 01:47 AM EST
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says "dozens of people have gotten stuck on Long Island roads during the snowstorm." According to Suffolk County Executive Steven Bellone, "there have been more than 100 road rescues and "the conditions are still very bad."" Suffolk County received the brunt of the storm, but neighboring Nassau County is feeling it too. A foot of snow has accumlated so far with wind gusts moving at 40 to 50 miles per hour. In a press conference Governor Cuomo said the snow and wind make "a very dangerous combination." Snow plows are expected to be in operation into the night, working to prevent icy road conditions.
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