Long Island Snowfall Totals

Drifting and blowing snow is expected to impede visibility overnight into Sunday morning, the National Weather Service said Saturday evening. Travel will continue to be hazardous.

Wind chills will be around -5 to -10 overnight.

Snow totals from the storm are as follows:

 

...SUFFOLK COUNTY...
ISLIP AIRPORT                22.4 IN   0100 PM 01/29   OFFICIAL NWS OBS
2 S DEER PARK                18.5 IN   1200 PM 01/29   PUBLIC               
ORIENT                       18.0 IN   1230 PM 01/29   TRAINED SPOTTER      
CENTEREACH                   17.8 IN   1220 PM 01/29   NWS EMPLOYEE         
SAYVILLE                     17.5 IN   0103 PM 01/29   NWS EMPLOYEE         
FARMINGVILLE                 17.3 IN   1230 PM 01/29   TRAINED SPOTTER      
COMMACK                      16.2 IN   1145 AM 01/29   PUBLIC               
REMSENBURG-SPEONK            14.8 IN   1020 AM 01/29   PUBLIC               
SMITHTOWN                    14.8 IN   1006 AM 01/29   PUBLIC               
SHOREHAM                     14.5 IN   1130 AM 01/29   TRAINED SPOTTER      
RIVERHEAD                    14.3 IN   0100 PM 01/29   NWS EMPLOYEE         
EAST NORTHPORT               13.8 IN   1205 PM 01/29   TRAINED SPOTTER      
SAINT JAMES                  13.2 IN   0855 AM 01/29   TRAINED SPOTTER      
1 W BLUE POINT               13.0 IN   0845 AM 01/29   NWS EMPLOYEE         
DEER PARK                    12.8 IN   1220 PM 01/29   NWS EMPLOYEE         
1 NE DIX HILLS               11.7 IN   1110 AM 01/29   PUBLIC               
ISLIP                        11.0 IN   0950 AM 01/29   TRAINED SPOTTER      
NESCONSET                    11.0 IN   0855 AM 01/29   COCORAHS             
BAITING HOLLOW               10.0 IN   1000 AM 01/29   COOP                 

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