Long Island received 35.4 inches of snow for the winter of 2020-21, according to data from Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton and the National Weather Service. Its snow total for the winter of 2019-20 was 8.7 inches, after hitting 15.1 inches in 2018-19. In the table below are monthly snowfall totals since the winter of 1947-48. Select a bar in the chart for the total in any year. This database was updated Jan. 6, 2022.
|Year 1950-51||October 0||November Trace||December 2.5||January 5.6||February 4||March 3.2||April 0||Total 15.3|
|Year 1949-50||October 0||November 0.5||December 3||January Trace||February 10.5||March 6.3||April 3.5||Total 23.8|
|Year 1948-49||October 0||November 0||December 23.6||January 6.3||February 14.2||March 10.8||April 0||Total 54.9|
|Year 1947-48||October 0||November 0||December 19||January 26||February 18.5||March 3||April 0||Total 66.5|
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