A strong winter storm that enveloped much of the Northeast Thursday deposited 10 or more inches of snow on at least two-dozen Long Island communities, the National Weather Service said.

The Village of Bayville topped the weather service’s early snowfall list with 14.6 inches, followed by Bay Shore, Saint James and Woodbury with more than 13 inches.

Snowfall amounts across Long Island ranged from 7 to 14-plus inches, the weather service said.

A winter storm warning is in effect until 6 a.m. Friday.

Here’s a breakdown of snowfall amounts:


Bayville: 14.6
Woodbury: 13.5
Levittown: 12
Plainview: 11.7
Massapequa: 11.5
Bellerose: 11
Albertson: 10.5
Carle Place: 10.4
East Meadow: 10
Malverne: 9.4
Bethpage: 7


Commack: 14
Bay Shore: 13.5
Saint James: 13.1
Smithtown: 12.5
Port Jefferson: 12
Selden: 11.7
Lindenhurst: 11.3
East Setauket: 11.3
North Babylon: 11
Melville: 11
Stony Brook: 10.9
Sound Beach: 10.6
Huntington: 10.5
West Babylon:10.5
Centereach: 10
Farmingville: 9
Orient: 8.4
Islip Airport: 8.1
Baiting Hollow: 7

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