Maybe it wasn’t the “epic” blizzard forecasters had predicted, but Long Island still saw two feet of snow in some areas. Here are unofficial snowfall estimates from the National Weather Service:

Nassau County

MASSAPEQUA 17.8
OLD BETHPAGE 17.6
OCEANSIDE 17.0
PLAINVIEW 17.0
NEW HYDE PARK 17.0
SEAFORD 16.6
JERICHO 16.5
BETHPAGE 16.0
CARLE PLACE 16.0
MERRICK 15.0
ALBERTSON 15.0
MALVERNE 14.1
EAST NORWICH 13.0
BELLEROSE 13.0
BAYVILLE 12.7
LEVITTOWN 12.5
BALDWIN 12.0
OYSTER BAY 12.0
ROSLYN 11.0
GLEN COVE 9.5
WOODMERE 9.0
BELLMORE 8.5
EAST ROCKAWAY 7.5

Suffolk County

SOUTHAMPTON 28.8
ORIENT 28.5
MATTITUCK 26.9
MEDFORD 25.6
ISLIP AIRPORT 24.8
NORTH PATCHOGUE 24.1
HAMPTON BAYS 24.0
OAKDALE 23.5
MILLER PLACE 22.0
FLANDERS 22.0
BAITING HOLLOW 22.0
EASTPORT 22.0
NORTH BABYLON 21.5
FARMINGVILLE 21.5
HOLBROOK 21.5
SHOREHAM 21.0
SAYVILLE 20.8
NOYACK 20.3
COMMACK 20.0
DEER PARK 20.0
SMITHTOWN 20.0
LINDENHURST 19.5
SHOREHAM 18.0
UPTON 17.1
JAMESPORT 16.5
BAY SHORE 16.5
TERRYVILLE 16.5
ST. JAMES 16.0
YAPHANK 15.7
ISLIP 14.0
LAKE RONKONKOMA 14.0
MANORVILLE 13.0
CENTERPORT 13.0
HUNTINGTON 11.0

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