A man walks his dog Maui, a Balinese Poodle, in Central Park during a snow storm, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., February 1, 2021. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs.

A nor’easter dumped more than a foot of snow on parts on Long Island on Monday, with accumulations still piling up into Tuesday before the storm clears the area, forecasters say.

The Long Island Rail Road suspended service Monday afternoon before resuming Tuesday morning, dozens of car crashes were reported, and more than 4,000 PSEG Long Island customers lost power in the storm, which also caused coastal flooding in waterfront communities.

The highest snow totals reported on LI was in Bellerose, where 16.6 inches was recorded. Here’s how the rest of the Island stacked up:

NASSAU COUNTY
BELLEROSE 16.6 
SYOSSET 15.3
GLENWOOD LANDING 15.2 
WEST HEMPSTEAD 14.5 
PLANDOME 13.4 
PORT WASHINGTON 13.
EAST GARDEN CITY 12.4 
EAST WILLISTON 11.9

SUFFOLK COUNTY
NORTH SMITHTOWN 14.6  
WEST ISLIP 14.5  
SAINT JAMES 14.3  
LAKE RONKONKOMA 14.1 
MANORVILLE 14.1
SHOREHAM 14 
EAST NORTHPORT 13.7  
UPTON 13.3  
CENTER MORICHES 11.5 
COMMACK 11
ISLIP AIRPORT 10.8 I 
EAST HAMPTON 7.2 

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