See photos of snow that has fallen on Long Island during the winter of 2020-2021.

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A pedestrian walks a snowy Marcellus Rd. on Thursday Feb. 11, 2021, in Mineola.

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Karen McKee shovels her driveway on Thursday Feb. 11, 2021, in Mineola.

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Commuters at the LIRR station on Thursday Feb. 11, 2021, in Mineola.

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Crews clear snow from the platform at the LIRR station on Thursday Feb. 11, 2021, in Mineola.

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Hempstead Town Supervisor Don Clavin and the Snow Response Team are already hard at work preparing for storm that is predicted to bring over five inches of snow on Sunday.Roosevelt, NY.Saturday February 6, 2021

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Hempstead Town Supervisor Don Clavin and the Snow Response Team are already hard at work preparing for storm that is predicted to bring over five inches of snow on Sunday.Roosevelt, NY.Saturday February 6, 2021

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A truck is jack-knifed on the Long island Expressway westbound in Syosset on Feb. 1, 2021

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People walking at Hempstead Lake State Park in Rockville Centre during today's snow storm, Monday Feb. 1, 2021.

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Homeowners along Fire Island Avenue in Babylon on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021, dig out from heavy snow.

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Snow is removed during a major snowstorm in Long Beach, Feb. 1, 2021.

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Jobs Lane in Southampton during the nor'easter on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021.

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A plow clears a lot in the Country Glen Center off Old Country Road on Monday, Feb. 1, 2020 in Carle Place .

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Plows along the eastbound LIE between exits 61-62 in Holbrook on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021.

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Snowmobiling on Belleview Road in Center Moriches on this snowy day Feb 1st 2021

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A Snow plow clears a path along roadways in Centereach NY. Early in the morning of February 1, 2021. A slow moving Nor'Easter began dumping snow on the Long Island region in the overnight hours and is expected to continue through out the day.

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Snow is piled up on Welwyn Rd as a grocery truck tries to get out of the parking spot during the snowstorm in Great Neck on Feb. 1, 2021

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A man operating a payloader removes snow from a shopping center in Farmingville on Friday, Dec. 18, 2020.

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A plow moves snow at the Mayfair Shopping Center in Commack Friday, Dec. 18, 2020.

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Carlos Ramos shovels the sidewalk along West Main Street in Smithtown Friday, Dec. 18, 2020.

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A "historic" surge of online orders, spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, combined with nationwide staffing shortages and a major East Coast snow storm, have caused the delay of many packages which may not reach their intended destination before the holidays, according to U.S. Postal Service.

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Following the season's first snow fall, Henry Miano, of Stony Brook, uses a snowblower to clear snow from the front of his house on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020.

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Following the season's first snow fall, Kei Lam, of Stony Brook, uses a snowblower to clear snow from his driveway on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020.

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Michael Prezioso, of Elwood, and his daughter Taylor shovel snow from the driveway of their home, Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020.

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Tuna Djemil uses a snow blower to clear the front of his home alongside Elwood Rd. in Elwood, Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020.

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People flocked to the gentle hills of Veterans Memorial Park in St. James on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020, to try out their sleds following the season's first snow fall.

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Unity workers on Montauk Ave. in East Moriches, restore power. Dec 17, 2020..

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Flooding on Atlantic Ave. in Center Moriches after the first major snowstorm of the season. Dec 17, 2020..

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Britney Davis of Westhampton takes photos on snow covered Rodgers Beach as the Atlantic ocean rages during today's storm. Dec 17, 2020..

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Aaron Perretta shovels the driveway of his home on Shirley Court in Commack on Dec. 17.

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Selim Reyes, 5, from Mattituck, helps his dad, Rogelio, clear a path after the snowstorm on Dec. 17.

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Cameron Danzillo, 10, and her friend Bridgid Reilly, 10, of Wantagh, sled down a hill at Cedar Park in Wantagh on Dec. 17.

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Paul Zucconi uses a snowblower to clear his driveway as this dog, Stryker, chases after the snow on Mobrey Lane in Smithtown Dec. 17.

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Lawrence Mazza uses his snowblower to help a neighbor clear the driveway on Mobrey Lane in Smithtown Dec. 17.

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Port Jefferson resident Chris Kelley uses a snowblower in her front yard on Dec. 17.

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Jorge Escobar clears the sidewalk in front of the Sanctuary, the store he works at on South Street in Oyster Bay, on Dec. 17.

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Jose Juan Villasoro cleans the sidewalk at the corner of Audrey Avenue and South Street in Oyster Bay on Dec. 17.

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Mitch Perry clears his neighbor's driveway on Moriches Avenue in East Moriches on Dec. 17.

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Joe Citlar shovels his sidewalk on Moriches Avenue in East Moriches during the nor'easter the morning of Dec. 17.

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Heavy snow removal equipment, plows and payloaders are used to clear Glen Street and other thoroughfares on Dec. 17.

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A Glen Cove resident helps push a car out of the snow on Glen Street where several cars were stuck on Dec. 17.

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A pedestrian makes his way through Huntington after the first major snowstorm of the year on Dec. 17.

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A crash on the westbound Southern State Parkway at Exit 21 in Uniondale the morning of Dec. 17 as a wintry mix continues to make driving challenging.

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Miguel Angel works on clearing the sidewalk outside St. Agnes Cathedral on Dec. 17 in Rockville Centre.

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John Cano, left, and Hector Palacios shovel a small parking lot during a wet nor'easter in East Hampton on Dec. 17.

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Two women walk down a sidewalk along Montauk Highway during a wet nor'easter in East Hampton on Dec. 17.

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A plow clears snow from the roadway on Main Street in Greenport on Dec. 17 during the first nor'easter of the season.

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A man shovels snow and ice on Main Street in Greenport on Dec. 17 during the first nor'easter of the season.

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A woman shovels snow and ice on Main Street in Greenport Dec. 17 during the first nor'easter of the season.

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People shovel snow and ice on Main Street in Greenport on Dec. 17 during the first nor'easter of the season.

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A commuters is met with snow-covered platforms at the LIRR station in Mineola on Dec. 17.

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A man clears the sidewalk on Mineola Boulevard in Westbury on Dec. 17.

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Two men clear the sidewalk on Old Country Road in front of the The Gallery at Westbury Plaza in Westbury on Dec. 17.

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A plows operator clears Old Country Road in Carle Place on Dec. 17.

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A look at Front Street in Greenport on Dec. 17 during the first nor'easter of the season.

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Plows clear snow on Shore Road in Setauket on Dec. 16.

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Snow accumulates on 25A in Setauket on Dec. 16.

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A man makes his way down E. Main St. in Patchogue on Dec. 16.

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A lone passenger crosses the tracks at the Stony Brook LIRR station as a steady snow falls on the evening of Dec. 16.

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A snowstorm hits Port Jefferson Village on Dec. 16.

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A snowstorm hits Port Jefferson Village on Dec. 16.

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A snowstorm hits Port Jefferson Village on Dec. 16.

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An employee at The Pie sprinkles salt on the walkway in Port Jefferson Station on Dec. 16.

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A snowstorm hits Port Jefferson Village on Dec. 16.

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A woman walks along Middle Neck Road in Great Neck on Dec. 16.

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Eric Pruzan, 11, and his mom, Dani Pruzan, walk down Middle Neck Road in Great Neck on Dec. 16.

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A volunteer firefighter sets up road-flares on Old Country Road in Eastport, as accumulating snow makes the roadways hazardous on Dec. 16. 

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The start of the first major snowfall of the season can be seen in Greenport on Dec. 16.

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Wind surfer Marty Johnson of East Quogue cut his surfing short due to poor visibility, as snow falls on Tiana Bay on Dec. 16.

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Heavy traffic moving east on the Long Island Expressway near Glen Cove Road in East Hills at the start of the first snowstorm of the year on Dec. 16.

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Snow removal trucks move out onto the westbound Long Island Expressway at the start of the first major snowstorm of 2020 on Dec. 16 on Glen Cove Road in East Hills.

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Snow begins to fall at the Mayfair Shopping Center in Commack on Dec. 16.

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Emma Perrault, 8, along with her mom, Deirdre, and her dog, Ziggy, walk along Schenck Avenue as the snow begins to fall in Great Neck on Dec. 16.

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A winter storm warning sign on the northbound Meadowbrook Parkway on Dec. 16 in Garden City.

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William Wankmiller monitors the weather at the Town of Hempstead Highway Department's Roosevelt yard on Dec. 16.

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Hempstead Town Supervisor Don Clavin, left, looks on as William Wankmiller and Kristin Higgins monitor town trucks as they prepare for the impending snowstorm at the Town of Hempstead Highway Department's Roosevelt yard on Dec. 16.

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Brian Saphire, a Malverne resident who posted in a local Facebook group that he's available to shovel in the storm, adding that he has been unemployed because of COVID, gets his equipment ready in Malverne as the winter storm approaches on Dec. 16.

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Road sanders and plows are prepped for the impending snowstorm at the Nassau County Department of Public Works yard in Hicksville on Dec. 16.

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Nassau County Executive Laura Curran delivers an update on the impending snowstorm at the Nassau County Department of Public Works yard in Hicksville on Dec. 16.

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Road sanders and plows are prepping for the impending snowstorm at the Nassau County Department yard in Hicksville on Wednesday.

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Road sanders and plows are prepped for the impending snowstorm at the Nassau County Department of Public Works yard in Hicksville on Dec. 16.

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In order to prevent precipitation freezing on the road surface, a Town of Brookhaven truck spreads a brine solution on Mill Road in Yaphank Dec. 16 in anticipation of the nor'easter that will cover the region later in the day.

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A truck is loaded with salt at the Department of Public Works yard in Brentwood on Dec. 16.

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Nassau's Department of Public Works road crews get salt to prep public roadways for the impending snowstorm on Dec. 16 in Hicksville.

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Nassau's Department of Public Works road crews get salt ready to prepare roadways for a snowstorm on Dec. 16 in Hicksville.

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Nassau's Department of Public Works road crews prepare to get roads ready for a snowstorm on Dec. 16 in Hicksville.

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At the Department of Public Works yard in Commack, workers using heavy equipment on Dec. 15 prepare a salt and sand mix that will be used to coat the roads of Suffolk County as a pre-winter storm moves toward our area and should hit Wednesday afternoon.

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Nassau County public works employees prepare on Dec. 15 in Hicksville for a snowstorm expected to arrive the next day.

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