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Storm of January 27-28, 2004

This storm left from 10 to 15 inches of snow on the north shore of Long Island, including 13.5 inches measured in Smithtown. Early forecasts indicated a sizeable storm, but many were scaled back considerably as the snow arrived. In spite of that, it somewhat lived up to the earlier hype in parts of the island. Widespread snowfall of a foot or more on top of approximately 4" of existing icy snowpack led to some of the greatest snowdepths thus far this season, in some locations greater than after the early December nor'easter.

The following images were taken in and around the Smithtown area on January 28, 2004. Click any of the thumbnails to view a higher resolution image.


Smithtown Bull wears a mantle of white Buried car, Smithtown Partly Plowed Partly Plowed Deep snow lines a suburban street in Smithtown, Long Island
Snowy Main Street, Smithtown NY Snow scene - Main Street, Smithtown NY Snow scene - Main Street, Smithtown NY Route 25, West of the bull Snowbound cars off of Route 25 in Smithtown, NY
Snow Day, Route 25, Smithtown Garden Center, Route 25 Funeral Home, Landing Avenue Here comes the sun Snow Drifts, San Remo
Snow and Ice cover the Nissequogue River Snow and Ice cover the Nissequogue River Snow and Ice cover the Nissequogue River Short Beach, seen from The Bluffs after the snowstorm of January 28, 2004 Snowplow at the Smithtown boat launch at the bluffs
Fore!  Deep snow covers the Smithtown Landing Country Club Winter Scene, Smithtown Landing Winter Scene at the Smithtown Landing golf course Snow scene - San Remo, NY Winter scene - Obediah Smith House, St Johnland Road, Kings Park, NY