No shoveling is needed as a predicted snowstorm resulted in just a light blanket of powder Thursday.
The National weater Service issued a winter storm advisory for Commack and the rest of western Suffolk County early Wednsday, but the warning was downgraded that evening.
Thursday's snow accumulation is expected to be between 1 and 3 inches and forecasters predict up to an inch of additional snow fall Friday.
While Commack will only see light precipertation, heavy winds will still be felt by residents. Winds are expected to reach up to 23 miles-pers-hour, according to NWS.
The snow may not be sticking, but wet, slick roads are still a hazard, the New York Department of Transportation, said. The DOT is warning motorists to drive carefully.
Hang in there, Commack. Spring is less than two weeks away.