Snowfall Totals for Winter Storm Niko, February 9th, 2017

One day after unseasonably warm temperatures made it feel a bit like spring, a winter snowstorm buried Long Island with a reminder that it is still, in fact, winter.

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A snow street in the heart of Commack.

Photo by: LongIsland.com Staffer

Long Island hasn’t seen many big snow storms during the school week this winter, but Thursday, February 9th showed that snow days are all but inevitable on the Island. Though there was only an inch or two of accumulation on the ground by the time students would normally start boarding buses early in the morning, most schools had already made the decision to stay closed for the day well before the first flurry started.

The threat of slippery roads and a persistent snowstorm that would have made getting students home in the afternoon rather difficult, even if they made it to school safe and sound in the morning, was all the schools needed to declare a snow day.

In Nassau County, Malverne received over 6 inches of snow, and in Suffolk, Farmingville topped the list with 9.4 inches. Yet if you travel a bit further towards the East End of the Island, totals are a bit less.

Nearby in Manhattan's Central Park, 9.0 inches of snowfall was recorded, in Queens totals of over 13 inches, and in the Bronx, they received totals of over 6 inches of snow so far.

Here are the reported snow totals for towns across Long Island:

Nassau County

  • Baldwin - 7.0 inches
  • Bethpage - 7.0 inches
  • Freeport - 7.4 inches
  • Garden City - 12.0 inches
  • Glen Cove - 12.0 inches
  • Glen Head - 9.0 inches
  • Great Neck - 9.0 inches
  • Hicksville - 14.0 inches
  • Jericho - 13.0 inches
  • Levittown - 11 inches
  • Long Beach - 8.5 inches
  • Manhasset - 10.2 inches
  • Malverne - 10.6 inches
  • Massapequa - 5.0 inches
  • Mineola - 8.7 inches
  • New Hyde Park - 9.3 inches
  • North Massapequa - 12.0 inches
  • Oyster Bay - 10.0 inches
  • Plainview - 13.0 inches
  • Rockville Centre - 8.0 inches
  • Woodbury - 12.0 inches

Suffolk County

  • Bay Shore - 11.4 inches
  • Bohemia - 15.5 inches
  • Centereach - 13.5 inches
  • Commack - 13.5 inches
  • Coram - 9.0 inches (Submitted by LongIsland.com Reader)
  • Deer Park - 10.1 inches
  • East Islip - 12.0 inches
  • Eastport - 13.5 inches
  • Farmingville - 14.4 inches
  • Greenlawn - 10.3 inches
  • Hauppauge - 14.0 inches
  • Islip Airport  - 13.7 inches
  • Islip - 13.6 inches
  • Jamesport - 7.1 inches
  • Lindenhurst - 8.6 inches
  • Mattituck - 11.8 inches
  • Medford - 5.0 inches
  • Middle Island - 10.0 inches
  • Mount Sinai - 8.0 inches
  • North Babylon - 14.0 inches
  • Orient - 11.0 inches
  • Patchogue - 12.3 inches
  • Port Jefferson Station - 8.6 inches
  • Ridge - 10.2 inches
  • Riverhead - 10.5 inches
  • Ronkonkoma - 9.5 inches
  • Sayville - 12.0 inches
  • Selden - 14.0 inches
  • Setauket - 14.0 inches
  • Smithtown - 13.8 inches
  • Sound Beach - 10.8 inches
  • Southampton - 6.5 inches
  • South Huntington - 10.4 inches
  • Stony Brook - 9.5 inches
  • Upton - 11.1 inches
  • West Babylon - 11.7 inches
  • West Islip - 12.0 inches

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Although snow days can be a lot of fun, they can also cause all sorts of issues such as delays, closures, and unsafe driving conditions. Be sure to stay informed - head over to the LongIsland.com Weather Center, Traffic Center, Traffic Cam Feed, and School Closings Page for all of the need to know updates you're looking for!

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[Source: The National Weather Service]