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Snow Totals for Long Island: Juno Leaves Almost Two Feet of Snow from Nassau to the East End

Written by Chelsea Triola  |  27. January 2015

Long Islanders headed to sleep last night waiting for Winter Storm Juno to take over during the night and early hours of the morning. As the snow continues to fall, with a blizzard warning still in effect, most will have the pleasure of a snow day today. Before you grab the sleds and snow tubes though, be sure to have your shovels and snow blowers ready, you're going to need them.

According to the National Weather Service, in Nassau County,  Massapequa received over 14 inches of snow, and in Suffolk, Mattitcuk came in with a staggering 24.8 inches as of 7:15 AM this morning.

Nearby in Manhattan's Central Park, 7.8 inches of snowfall was recorded around 7:00 AM this morning, in Jamaica Queens totals of 10.1 inches as of 3:15 AM this morning.

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

Nassau County

  • Albertson - 15.0 inches - 11:00 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Baldwin - 12.0 inches - 8:30 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Bayville - 3.8 inches - 7:30 PM Monday Evening
  • Bellmore - 8.5 inches - 8:15 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Bellerose - 13.0 - 11:00 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Bethpage - 16.0 inches - 12:30 PM Tuesday Afternoon
  • Carle Place - 16.0 inches - 10:15 AM Tuesday Morning
  • East Meadow - 5.0 inches - 9:00 PM Monday Evening
  • East Rockaway - 7.5 inches - 10:15 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Glen Cove - 9.5 inches - 11:07 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Hicksville - 4.8 inches - 9:00 PM Monday Evening
  • Jericho - 16.5 inches - 12:00 PM Tuesday Afternoon
  • Levittown - 12.5 inches - 8:00 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Malverne - 12.1 Inches - 18:00 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Massapequa - 17.8 inches - 9:45 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Merrick - 15.0 inches - 11:00 AM Tuesday Morning
  • New Hyde Park - 5.5 inches - 9:00 PM Monday Evening
  • Oceanside - 17.0 inches - 9:00 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Old Bethpage - 17.6 inches - 10:38 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Oyster Bay - 12.0 inches - 7:05 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Plainview - 17.0 inches - 7:30 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Seaford - 16.6 inches - 12:52 PM Tuesday Afternoon
  • Syosset - 18 inches - 3:00 PM Tuesday Afternoon (reported by reader)
  • Wantagh - 3.2 inches - 9:00 PM Monday Evening
  • West  Hempstead - 5.6 inches - 9:00 PM Monday Evening
  • Woodmere - 2.5 inches - 9:00 PM Monday Evening

Suffolk County

  • Babylon - 5.2 inches - 8:02 PM Monday Evening
  • Baiting Hollow - 22.0 inches - 8:00 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Bay Shore - 19 inches - 7:00 AM Tuesday Morning (reported by reader)
  • Brentwood - 25 inches - 10:15 AM Tuesday Morning (reported by reader)
  • Centerport - 13.0 inches - 6:48 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Commack - 20.0 inches - 10:30 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Coram - 21 inches - 9:00 AM Tuesday Morning (reported by reader)
  • Deer Park - 16.0 inches - 5:30 AM Tuesday Morning
  • East Moriches - 22.0 inches - 9:00 AM Tuesday Morning
  • East Northport - 4.0 inches - 9:00 PM Monday Evening
  • East Setauket - 25 inches - 10:00 AM Tuesday Morning (reported by reader)
  • Eastport - 22.0 inches - 8:45 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Farmingville - 19.5 inches - 9:45 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Flanders - 22.0 inches - 2:04 PM Tuesday Afternoon
  • Hampton Bays - 24.0 inches - 9:15 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Holbrook - 21.5 inches - 1:00 PM Tuesday Afternoon
  • Huntington - 8.8 inches - 10:44 PM Monday Evening
  • Islip Airport  - 24.8 inches - 1:00 PM Tuesday Afternoon
  • Jamesport - 17.5 inches - 9:00 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Lake Grove - 7.3 inches - 11:01 PM Monday Evening
  • Lake Ronkonkoma - 14.0 inches - 11:20 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Lindenhurst - 19.5 inches - 12:30 PM Tuesday Afternoon
  • Manorville - 13.0 inches - 9:35 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Mastic - 24 inches - 9:00 AM Tuesday Morning (reported by reader)
  • Mattituck - 24.8 inches - 7:15 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Medford - 22.3 inches - 8:30 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Miller Place - 17.2 - 8:12 AM Tuesday Morning
  • North Babylon - 21.5 inches - 9:15 AM Tuesday Morning
  • North Patchogue - 16.5 inches - 8:30 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Noyack - 20.3 inches - 7:28 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Oakdale - 23.5 inches - 1:20 PM Tuesday Afternoon
  • Old Field - 9.2 inches - 2:12 PM Tuesday Afternoon
  • Orient - 28.5 inches - 9:11 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Ridge - 4.5 inches - 8:57 PM Monday Evening
  • Riverhead  - 0.9 inches - 7:00 PM Monday Evening
  • Rocky Point - 11.0 inches - 7:00 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Ronkonkoma - 25.0 inches - 9:00 AM Tuesday Morning (reported by reader)
  • Sayville - 20.8 inches - 10:00 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Selden - 3.8 inches - 8:15 PM Monday Evening
  • Smithtown - 20.0 inches - 12:40 PM Tuesday Afternoon
  • Shoreham - 5.0 inches - 9:45 PM Monday Evening
  • Southampton - 28.0 inches - 12:20 PM Tuesday Afternoon
  • Southold - 25.0 inches - 9:00 AM Tuesday Morning (reported by reader)
  • St. James - 16.0 inches - 11:00 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Terryville - 16.5 inches - 12:02 PM Tuesday Afternon
  • Upton - 17.0 inches - 9:15 AM Tuesday Morning
  • Westhampton - 5.5 inches - 9:58 PM Monday Evening
  • Yaphank - 15.7 inches - 2:20 PM Tuesday Afternoon

We will be updating this snowfall list throughout the day.

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, and School Closings Page for all of the need to know updates you're looking for!

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& we'll be sure to add them to our Winter Winter Storm Juno Photo Gallery!

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[Source: The National Weather Service.]

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