Jun 30, 2011

Smaller, Yet Eager, Crowds Storm Beaches as Earl Skips NY

Smaller, Yet Eager, Crowds Storm Beaches as Earl Skips NY

Hurricane Earl blew through with only a whisper -- leaving behind a wide open beach for sun worshippers this Labor Day weekend.

Jun 30, 2011

Crowds Return to the Hamptons After Earl Misses NY

Crowds Return to the Hamptons After Earl Misses NY

Memories of hurricanes past kept gloating to a minimum after Hurricane Earl left Long Island untouched.

Jun 30, 2011

Earl Mostly a No-Show in New York

Earl Mostly a No-Show in New York

Not much rain. Not much wind. Not much of a hurricane.

Jun 30, 2011

Weakened Earl Still Strong Enough to Ruin Weekend Travel Plans

Weakened Earl Still Strong Enough to Ruin Weekend Travel Plans

Hurricane Earl played havoc with travelers' Labor Day weekend plans even as it weakened Friday on its path up the East Coast toward New England.

Sep 3, 2010

Suffolk County Exec Gives Update on Storm Prep, Response

Suffolk County Exec Gives Update on Storm Prep, Response

Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy updates residents on Hurricane Earl and what to do in emergency situation.

Jun 30, 2011
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By Jennifer Millman

YOUR PHOTOS: Hurricane Earl Menaces Tri-State

Check out awesome photos snapped as Hurricane Earl barreled his way toward the... View gallery

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Jun 30, 2011

Earl to Pass Wide of NJ Coastline

Earl to Pass Wide of NJ Coastline

It's been nearly 200 years since a hurricane scored a direct hit on New Jersey, and that streak will continue.

Nov 14, 2012

Earl Loses Steam, Tropical Storm Watch Dropped for NYC, NJ

Earl Loses Steam, Tropical Storm Watch Dropped for NYC, NJ

Tropical storm warning still in effect for Long Island, Jersey shore and coastal Connecticut

Jun 30, 2011

LIRR Suspending Service to East End as Earl Approaches

LIRR Suspending Service to East End as Earl Approaches

The Long Island Rail Road on Thursday announced that service to the East End of the island will be suspended Friday for "safety reasons." The LIRR will suspend  train service east of Speonk...

Jun 30, 2011

LIVE RADAR: Earl Barrels Toward Eastern Seaboard

LIVE RADAR: Earl Barrels Toward Eastern Seaboard

Watch live radar as Hurricane Earl surges toward the Eastern Seaboard. Tropical storm warnings have been issued for the coast of Long Island and parts of New Jersey and watches have been issued across the...

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