A snow plow stuck behind a stranded vehicle in Baldwin in January 2018. (Photo via Noticia)

Winter Storm Grayson dumped more than a foot of snow Thursday on much of Long Island, which saw the highest accumulations in the tri-state area.

The highest amount in Suffolk County was 16.4 inches in Terryville, according to the National Weather Service. Nassau County wasn’t far behind with 15.1 inches in Baldwin. Even New York City saw more than a foot of snow, with parts of Queens getting 13.6 inches.

That’s in addition to 64-mph gusts recorded on Great Gull Island on the East End and 66-mph gusts recorded in Bayville.

Here’s the snowfall amounts for the region:

SUFFOLK COUNTY
Terryville: 16.4
Bohemia: 16.3
Middle Island: 16
Islip Airport: 15.8
North Babylon: 15.7
Smithtown: 15
Sayville: 14.6
Eastport: 14.5
Mattituck: 13.6
Farmingville: 13
East Hauppauge: 12.6
Brookhaven: 12.5
Patchogue: 12.5
Commack: 12.4
Medford: 12.3
South Huntington: 12.2
Yaphank: 12.1
West Islip: 12
Upton: 12
Saint James: 11.7
Calverton: 11
Farmingville: 10.5
Islip: 9.5
Miller Place: 9
Sound Beach: 8.8
Ridge: 8.2
Mount Sinai: 7.5

NASSAU COUNTY
Baldwin: 15.1
East Hills: 14.0
Carle Place: 13.7
Massapequa: 13
West Hempstead: 12.5
Manhasset: 12
Jericho: 12
Bethpage: 11
Hicksville: 10
East Meadow: 10.4
Roslyn: 10
Garden City: 10
Old Brookville: 10
Glen Head: 10

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