A few intrepid surfers, Grant Monahan, Travis Beckmann, and Nick Joeckel, trudged through thigh-high snow in Montauk Tuesday to take advantage of the massive waves that accompanied this week’s blizzard.
On Monday afternoon, an East Hampton plow driver fueled up in preparation for a long night on the road. Morgan McGivern
Plowing was only the first step. After East Hampton Village streets were cleared for travel, trucks and payloaders worked yesterday to cart away huge piles of snow from the middle of roads and public parking lots. Morgan McGivern
Marshall Prado’s Marshall and Sons in downtown Montauk was open on Tuesday and doing a brisk business pulling cars from deep snowdrifts, Mr. Prado said. T.E. McMorrow
The Stephen Talkhouse on Amagansett’s Main Street was silent as snow accumulated Tuesday morning. The live-music venue, which has been closed since early this month, will open for a few special events in February. Christopher Walsh
Despite fears about what the storm’s big waves and high winds would do to coastal areas, Montauk’s ocean-facing beaches escaped the worst. T.E. McMorrow
A Montauk Fire Department ambulance navigated as best it could around snow plows and vehicles on the road on Wednesday afternoon.Morgan McGivern Photos
A fire hydrant on Dunemere Lane in East Hampton Village is cleared.
An example of a buried hydrantMorgan McGivern