Rainfall Amounts Are In for Epic Long Island Storm


first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Long Islanders woke up Wednesday to a historic storm that shattered rainfall records and caused chaos on local roadways. Here are the SHOCKING (unofficial) rainfall amounts from the early-morning storm via the National Weather Service in Upton: Nassau CountyMassapequa: 8.20 inchesWantagh: 7.84 inchesMerrick: 6.81 inchesLido Beach: 5.30 inchesOld Bethpage: 5.27 inchesBellmore: 5.20 inchesGarden City: 4.75 inchesPlainview: 4.70 inchesLong Beach: 4.64 inchesSyosset: 4.01 inchesMuttonTown: 3.41 inchesEast Hills: 3.16 inchesFloral Park: 2.80 inchesBayville: 2.62 inchesMalverne: 0.98 inchesSuffolk CountyIslip Airport: 13.27 inchesHolbrook: 12.57 inchesWest Islip: 11.50 inchesBay Shore: 11.35 inchesIslip: 10.20 inchesDeer Park: 8.40 inchesRonkonkoma: 8.20 inchesFarmingville: 7.73 inchesCentereach: 6.71 inchesSt. James: 6.11 inchesSmithtown: 5.17 inchesPort Jefferson Station: 5.10 inchesEast Farmingdale: 4.93 inchesMedford: 4.45 inchesEast Northport and Mt. Sinai: 4.40 inchesCenterport: 3.18 inchesUpton: 1.75 inchesStony Brook: 1.59 inchesShirley Airport: 1.15 inchesSouthampton: 0.70 inchesWesthampton Airport: 0.68 inchesOrient: 0.62 incheslast_img

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