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Snowfall Totals Across Chicago Area

When it's all said and done, most areas can expect to see between 2 inches and 5 inches of snow

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    NEWSLETTERS

    The snow we had today will move out and we'll be dry tomorrow but Wednesday is going to be a wet one. (Published Monday, March 23, 2015)

    It might be spring, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at the ground in the Chicago area Monday.

    Much of the area saw several inches of spring snow during the morning hours, with snow still falling in several locations as of 11 a.m.

    When it's all said and done, most areas can expect to see between 2 inches and 5 inches of snow. The snowfall record for this date was the 7 inches that fell on March 23, 1897 at O'Hare International Airport, where the city's weather is officially recorded.

    Here’s a look at preliminary snowfall totals across the Chicago area, according to the National Weather Service:

    As of 12 p.m.:

    • Peotone: 2.8 inches
    • Park Ridge: 4 inches
    • Cedar Lake: 4.5 inches
    • DuPage: 4.8 inches
    • Rogers Park in Chicago: 5.8 inches
    • Northwest Naperville: 4.4 inches

    As of 11 a.m.:

    • Northeast Gurnee: 4.6 inches
    • West Gurnee: 5.3 inches
    • St. Charles: 6.1 inches
    • Plainfield: 4.9 inches
    • Schaumburg: 5.5 inches

    As of 10:30 a.m.:

    • Buffalo Grove: 5.3 inches
    • Bull Valley: 6.3 inches
    • Lansing: 2 inches

    As of 9 a.m.:

    • DeKalb: 3 inches

    Before 9 a.m.:

    • Barrington: 4 inches
    • Harvard: 4 inches
    • Woodstock: 3.8 inches
    • Wonder Lake: 3.7 inches
    • Oak Park: 3.4 inches
    • Roscoe: 3.4 inches
    • Lake Zurich: 3 inches
    • Spring Grove: 3 inches
    • Rockford: 2.6 inches
    • Byron: 2.5 inches
    • Winfield: 2.4 inchest
    • Elk Grove Village: 2.3 inches
    • O’Hare: 2.3 inches
    • Genoa: 2.2 inches
    • Lincolnwood: 2.2 inches
    • Bartlett: 2.2 inches
    • Elgin: 2.1 inches
    • Downers Grove: 2.1 inches
    • Midway: 2 inches
    • Glen Ellyn: 1.8 inches
    • Carol Stream: 1.8 inches
    • Elmhurst: 1.6 inches
    • Oak Lawn: 1.5 inches
    • Geneva: 1.5 inches
    • Mundelein: 1.4 inches
    • Chicago Ridge: 1.3 inches
    • Oak Park: 1 inch
    • Worth: 0.9 inches
    • Aurora: 0.5 inches
    • Homewood: 0.4 inches
    • LaSalle: 0.2 inches

    See more totals here.

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