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(Photo by Michael Damm/Long Island Press)

The eastern tip of the North Fork saw the most snowfall in the tri-state area following the first major snowstorm to hit Long Island in the New Year on Saturday, records show.

Orient, the easternmost point in the Town of Southold, had 12.5 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service. By contrast, the high snow mark was 9.2 for Nassau County, 8.2 for New York City, 9.5 for Connecticut and 5.8 for New Jersey, the agency said.

What follows are snowfall totals for Suffolk County and Nassau County:

Suffolk:
Orient: 12.5
Mattituck: 10.9
Yaphank: 10.8
Riverhead: 10.8
Baiting Hollow: 10.7
Upton: 10.6
Laurel: 10.5
Coram: 10.3
Calverton: 10.2
Smithtown:  10.1
Huntington: 10.1
East Shoreham: 10.1
Nesconset: 10
Miller Place: 10
Farmingville: 9.9
Dix Hills: 9.9
Southampton: 9.7
Stony Brook: 9.7
Islip Airport: 9.7
Port Jefferson Station: 9.7
Stony Brook: 9.6
Lake Ronkonkoma: 9.5
South Huntington: 9.5
East Northport: 9.5
Lindenhurst: 9.2
Bay Shore: 9.2
Southold: 9.2
Islip: 9
Holtsville: 9
Mount Sinai: 8.5
Bayport: 8.3
Babylon: 8.2
Centereach: 8.1
West Babylon: 8.1
East Islip: 8.1
Shoreham: 8
West Islip: 8
Lake Ronkonkoma: 7.8
Lake Grove: 7.8
Jamesport: 7.7
Sayville: 7.4
Amityville: 7
Eastportt: 7
Ridge: 6.9
Cutchogue: 6.5
Commack: 6.5
Centerport: 6.3
Islip Terrace: 6.1

Nassau:
Hicksville: 9.2
Plainview: 9.1
Wantagh: 8.9
East Norwich: 8
East Meadow: 7.8
Bethpage: 7.8
Mineola: 7.7
Jericho: 7.5
Levittown: 7.5
Floral Park: 7.2
Old Brookville: 7.1
Syosset: 7
Valley Stream: 6.6
Massapequa Park: 6.5
Westbury: 6.5
Garden City: 6.5
Roslyn: 6.1
Albertson: 6.1

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