The majority of ocean beaches stretching from the easterly point of Southampton to West Hampton Dunes have reopened, including , , and . However, in Hampton Bays and Mecox in Southampton remain closed.
Tiana and beaches, according to the Southampton Town Parks Department have suffered and environmental experts are assessing the damage.
The parks department could not say when those ocean beaches will reopen.
In addition to Tiana and Mecox, , a bay beach located in Noyac has also been closed. While swimming is not permitted at Long Beach, beach facilities, however, are open. It is expected that Long Beach will reopen on Wednesday.
The villages of Westhampton Beach and Quogue have reopened their beaches with full lifeguard and food service. In Southampton Village, all beach are open, but the concession stand at is closed due to the power being out.
Those beaches reopened after they were closed while clean-up commenced on , which was during Tropical Storm Irene.
Village mayors in both and have stated that no major beach erosion has been noted.
The same was reported by the .
Also in West Hampton Dunes, Suffolk County's is open with a live band expected to play at 6 p.m.