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Thursday's snowstorm left icy roads behind on Friday. Photo by Kelly Tenny.
Though the snow may have stopped on Thursday, many Long Island students will be enjoying a snowday or a delayed start today, instead of taking their usual bus in to school. For some that means a fun-filled day of making snowmen, sledding and starting snowball fights, and for others that means enjoying a nice, relaxing day in the warmth and comfort of home - perhaps catching up on some homework!
No matter what it is you choose to do on your day off from school, be sure to bundle up and be safe. Here are the locations around Long Island who recieved the most snowfall today!
Hicksville received the most snow in Nassau County with 14 inches, and Selden received the most snow in Suffolk County with 16 inches.
Other areas, like nearby Brooklyn saw about 10 inches, and Queens received juster under a foot in some spots.
Schools Closed On Friday, February 10th:
For the most up to date weather information, head over to the LongIsland.com Weather Center, where you can find the latest weather forecasts, advisories and more.
For the most recent updates on Long Island school closures and delays, please head to our Snow Closures Main Page.
As schools reported to us on Friday, February 10th, 2017. Not an official state record/
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