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SHARE: Blizzard of 2013 Photos, Videos

As a shroud of snow covers the area, grab your camera and share your clips and pics.

The Blizzard of 2013 hit Southampton early Friday afternoon, as earlier bands of rain changed to a thick, steady and sticky flow of snow.

Patch would love to share your photos and videos. So, grab you cameras or smartphones and shoot a few moments of the kids playing in the snow, shoveling out. or the great scenery the snow helped to create.

You can upload the clips right to this post or email them to southampton@patch.com with photographer and caption information, including when and where the photo was taken.

Karin Immerman February 10, 2013 at 01:46 AM
I am curious about plowing.I was out of town on business and I am supposed to drive back to Southampton Sun .evening.Should I come home ?Or stay away?
Brendan J. O'Reilly (Editor) February 10, 2013 at 02:21 AM
A portion of the LIE will be closed for most of the day Sunday: http://southampton.patch.com/articles/lie-closed-sunday-for-snow-removal If you live on a private road, it may not be plowed until later Sunday.
Stephanie Speraw February 10, 2013 at 12:15 PM
I wish I had come home to visit this weekend instead of next! I haven't seen snow like this since I was younger!
Karin Immerman February 11, 2013 at 01:00 PM
Update: I drove from Dover Delaware where it only rained,North to Ringoes Nj on business.I finished at 7 pm and drove home.I was worried all the way. Surprisingly the VNB was spotless,as was Belt,Southern until Islip.At that point,we all slowed down,Chunks of ice narrow roadway kept us in a 5 mile line going at 30-40MPH. Suddenly around Mastic /Shirley 27 was pristine and remained that way until I drove into Southampton.Kudos to the people who are in charge for that section of RT 27! I was stunned as I drove into Southampton ,..it looked great .side streets were in fact plowed beautifully,I got to my street,(think PC Richards), and as always I thought Oh..not so much.My street has been partially plowed by a neighbor's friend... I count myself lucky. I can call Hwy Dept...only to realize, "oh they have taken the phone off the hook."I already know that it will probablybe 5 to 6 days if that before we see a plow. I have lived here 20+ yrs .Until the last 5 years or so we never never waited more than a day before the plows came by.Remember the Feb when we got 18"+ every Mon for three weeks? Yeah we were plowed ... Two years ago after 6 days I called a actually got a human on the phone ,I was told our road was not a road on the Southampton tax map.I explained that we certainly were and for 20+ years .Things haven't changed. My question is if residents hire their own plow can they charge the town successfully? LOL just curious.

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