Commack registered the highest snowfall amount on Long Island following the recent snowstorm.

Local measurements saw an area of Commack seeing 8.1 inches early Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.

Nearby hamlets East Northport, Nesconset and Miller Place all recorded 8 inches of snow.

The highest snowfall amounts in Nassau County were measured in Syosset (8), East Searingtown (7.6) and West Hempstead (7.5).

See the full Suffolk list below.

COMMACK                      8.1 IN    0900 AM 12/17   PUBLIC               
MILLER PLACE                 8.0 IN    1015 AM 12/17   PUBLIC               
EAST NORTHPORT               8.0 IN    0852 AM 12/17   SPOTTER      
NESCONSET                    8.0 IN    0845 AM 12/17   COCORAHS             
UPTON                        7.6 IN    0100 PM 12/17   NWS OFFICE     
ISLIP AIRPORT                7.4 IN    0100 PM 12/17   OFFICIAL NWS   
PORT JEFFERSON STATION       7.2 IN    0900 AM 12/17   COCORAHS             
E YAPHANK                    7.0 IN    0214 PM 12/17   FIRE DEPT
CENTERPORT                   6.9 IN    0650 AM 12/17   OBSERVER       
BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABO     6.7 IN    0700 AM 12/17   NWS OBS     
CALVERTON                    6.5 IN    0700 AM 12/17   OBSERVER       
STONY BROOK                  6.4 IN    1030 AM 12/17   NWS EMPLOYEE         
ORIENT POINT                 6.0 IN    0800 AM 12/17   CO-OP                 
BAY SHORE                    5.7 IN    0900 AM 12/17   COCORAHS             
RIVERHEAD                    5.2 IN    1000 AM 12/17   NWS EMPLOYEE         
REMSENBURG-SPEONK            5.2 IN    0930 AM 12/17   PUBLIC               
MANORVILLE                   4.9 IN    0800 AM 12/17   COCORAHS             
SAYVILLE                     4.5 IN    0900 AM 12/17   NWS EMPLOYEE         
WEST ISLIP                   4.0 IN    0755 AM 12/17   COCORAHS             
AMITYVILLE                   3.5 IN    0900 AM 12/17   COCORAHS             
SOUTHAMPTON                  3.3 IN    1008 AM 12/17   SPOTTER