Updated, 3:45 p.m.: The National Weather Service is reporting that updated measurements in Sound Beach show the hamlet received 24 inches of snow, while Rocky Point got 21.
Original story: Saturday morning totals in Shoreham and Mt. Sinai are showing snowfall over two feet in the area, while totals taken Friday night show a pattern heading toward a similar accumulation.
According to the National Weather Service, 6 a.m. readings in Shoreham and Mt. Sinai both noted snowfall of 26 inches. Meanwhile, a midnight reading in Rocky Point showed nearly 19 inches of snowfall and an 8:15 p.m. reading in Sound Beach noted about 11 inches.
Upton got hit the hardest, numbers showed, with over two-and-a-half feet of snow. Totals in the Port Jefferson area topped two feet, while further west, snowfall climbed closer to 30 inches in the Three Village area.
The windy nature of the storm has left snow drifts that may tower much higher than the two feet that fell.
According to the weather service, the area will remain in a blizzard watch until noon, though the storm was clearly winding down across the region Saturday morning.
How much snow do you think fell in your area?