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Long Island weather: See how snowy the winter of 2014-15 has been

Moses Morales clears a clogged storm drain of

Moses Morales clears a clogged storm drain of snow and water near his home in Lindenhurst as a winter storm moves across Long Island on Monday, Feb. 2, 2015. Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

It may feel like winter just won’t end — especially after Long Island was hit with another snowstorm Friday, the first day of spring.

The storm pushed Long Island’s seasonal snowfall total to 58.5 inches at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton (as of 8 p.m. Friday), surpassing the 2013-14 season total of 57.5 inches.

Both winters have been snowier than most on the Island in the past seven decades, according to Newsday.com’s chart of annual snowfall amounts at Brookhaven.

App users, click on the link above to find out how much snow fell each winter since the 1947-48 season.

You can use our database to sort the snow totals by month and search by year.

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