40 inches in Binghamton!
Crazy snowfall totals upstate with over 40 inches! 8 inches by me in Glenwood Landing in northwest Nassau. I will post the complete snowfall totals later.
Here is the new update from the NWS covering Long Island and the tri-state area.
Low pressure now south of Long Island, will continues to slide eastward today. The bulk of the precipitation has come to an end, however the region continues to see areas of slim bands of moderate precipitation moving across portions of the area. Will continue to keep the winter storm warnings up with the frozen precip continuing. One place, that has warmed quite a bit is the south fork of Long Island, where temperatures are in the upper 30s and lower 40s, with areas of moderate to locally heavy rain. Temperatures are expected to fall back to near freezing, with some areas seeing a change over back to a frozen or wintry mix. Because of this, have not dropped the winter headlines across eastern Suffolk. The precipitation should end from southwest to northeast from mid morning through early to mid afternoon. Not looking at any additional significant snowfall, but some locations could pick up another inch or two, depending on where any heavier precipitation occurs. NE winds could gust to 35-45 mph across much of the area early this morning, but will slowly decrease through the day. Highs today will be in the upper 20s to middle 30s.