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How Much Snow Has Your Town Received? Snow Totals for Long Island During Winter Storm Thor

How Much Snow Has Your Town Received? Snow Totals for Long Island During Winter Storm Thor
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Did your town get the most snow or the least? Check out the snow totals all across the island!

Long Islanders awoke this morning to Winter Storm Thor that began in the middle of the night and covered the island with a sheet of snow, which will continue to accumulate throughout the day. In Nassau County, Carle Place received over eight inches of snow, and in Suffolk, Melville topped the list with 9.0 inches.

Long Islanders awoke this morning to Winter Storm Thor that began in the middle of the night and covered the island with a sheet of snow, which will continue to accumulate throughout the day. In Nassau County, Carle Place received over eight inches of snow, and in Suffolk, Melville topped the list with 9.0 inches.

Nearby in Manhattan 6.1 inches of snowfall was recorded at 2:05 this afternoon and in Queens at LaGuardia Airport, totals of 4.4 inches had accumulated as of 1:00 PM.

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

​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!

How much snow did your neighborhood get? Let us know, and we’ll be sure to update our Snow Total List! Via longisland.com

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