The powerful winter storm that barreled into Long Island overnight will continue to bring heavy snow and blustery conditions through the morning. The National Weather Service is already reporting unofficial snowfall totals for some parts of the Island.

Here they are (remember, reports are unofficial):

Nassau County:

Oceanside – 12.4 inches

Carle Place – 11.7 inches

North Merrick – 10.6 inches

North Massapequa – 10.3 inches

Massapequa – 10.1 inches

Garden City – 10 inches

Plainview – 10 inches

Bayville – 9.5 inches

Levittown – 9.2 inches

Port Washington – 9 inches

Baldwin Harbor – 9 inches

Albertson – 9 inches

Hicksville – 8.9 inches

South Valley Stream – 7.5 inches

East Norwich – 7.1 inches

New Hyde Park – 7 inches

Bellmore – 5.5 inches

Seaford – 5.3 inches

Wantagh – 4.1 inches

Suffolk County:

Bay Shore – 12.5 inches

North Babylon – 12 inches

Commack – 11.5 inches

Upton – 11.2 inches

Eastport – 11 inches

East Northport – 10 inches

Riverhead – 9.8 inches

Port Jefferson – 9.5 inches

Sound Beach – 9.5 inches

Farmingville – 9.2 inches

Bridgehampton – 9 inches

Islip – 8.9 inches

Central Islip – 8.6 inches

Baiting Hollow – 8.5 inches

Orient – 8.5 inches

Patchogue – 8 inches

Stony Brook – 8 inches

Centerport – 7.2 inches

Holbrook – 6.5 inches

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