Very long ISLAND, N.Y. — A twister warning was issued for Nassau and Suffolk counties Saturday afternoon. The warning for Suffolk County, initially issued at about 3:48 p.m., extended until 4:30.
According to stories despatched to the PIX11 Information weather conditions workforce, a tornado was indicated on radar in close proximity to Levittown in Nassau County, but that report is unconfirmed as of 4:10 p.m. Sources also advised PIX11 News that significant tree branches fell in Bethpage, and hail was claimed in Uniondale.
Viewers shared visuals of the storm — and its destruction — on social media.
The moment the cold front passes, the winds will change to the northwest and chilly air will hurry into the area. Temperatures will drop into the upper 30s by Saturday night time, with wind chills envisioned to be in the higher 20s by Sunday early morning.
No rain is predicted on Sunday, but the chill will be in. Temperatures could not get out of the 40s as a northerly breeze carries on. Wind chill values will likely stay in the low to mid 40s for the duration of the working day.