Snowfall Totals Across the Chicago Area - NBC Chicago

Snowfall Totals Across the Chicago Area

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    Snow Continues in Chicago

    After snow continues to fall across Chicago, the area remains under a Winter Storm Warning. NBC5 meteorologist Alicia Roman has your full forecast. (Published Sunday, Dec. 11, 2016)

    As a Winter Storm Warning remains in effect across the Chicago area for the rest of the weekend, forecasts continue to call for several inches of snow to accumulate. 

    Here's a look at the latest snowfall totals from the National Weather Service:

    (These totals will continue to be updated as they are reported) 

    Cook County

    O'Hare Airport: 6.8 inches

    Midway Airport: 6.4 inches

    Addison: 2.8 inches

    Arlington Heights: 2.2 inches

    Botanic Gardens: 3.0 inches

    Burnham-Hegewisch: 2.1 inches

    Chicago: 3.5 inches

    Chicago Heights: 2.3 inches

    Chicago Ridge: 3.0 inches

    Elk Grove Village: 7.7 inches

    Hoffman Estates: 3.3 inches

    Homewood: 3.2 inches

    LaGrange Park: 3.3 inches

    Lansing: 2.5 inches

    Lincolnwood: 3.0 inches

    Morton Grove: 2.0 inches

    Oak Lawn: 4.7 inches

    Oak Park: 3.0 inches

    Palos Park: 2.4 inches

    Park Forest: 3.0 inches

    Park Ridge: 3.4 inches

    Rogers Park: 3.1 inches

    Roselle: 6 inches

    Schaumburg: 3.3 inches

    Worth: 3.0 inches

    Boone County

    Capron: 2.3 inches

    Poplar Grove: 7 inches

    DeKalb County

    Cortland: 1.8 inches

    DeKalb: 2.0 inches

    Genoa: 4.6 inches

    Sycamore: 2.0 inches

    DuPage County

    Addison: 4 inches

    Bolingbrook: 2.3 inches

    Burr Ridge: 2.6 inches

    Carol Stream: 3.8 inches

    Downers Grove: 6.9 inches

    Elmhurst: 3.8 inches

    Glen Ellyn: 2.5 inches

    Lisle: 3.0 inches

    Naperville: 3.3 inches

    Roselle: 2.6 inches

    Grundy County

    Carbon Hill: 3.1 inches

    Coal City: 2.4 inches

    Mazon: 2.0 inches

    Minooka: 1.9 inches

    Morris: 2.3 inches

    Iroquois County

    Ashkum: 1.8 inches

    Wateska: 1.5 inches

    Kane County

    Aurora: 3.0 inches

    North Aurora: 2.5 inches

    Batavia: 6.1 inches

    Carpentersville: 2.8 inches

    Elburn: 3.0 inches

    Elgin: 6.6 inches

    Geneva: 3.5 inches

    St. Charles: 7.8 inches

    Sugar Grove: 3.0 inches

    Kankakee County

    Bonfield: 1.5 inches

    Bourbonnais: 2.0 inches

    Momence: 2.7 inches

    St. Anne: 2.0 inches

    Kendall County

    Montgomery: 2.5 inches

    Oswego: 2.1 inches

    Yorkville: 2.2 inches

    Lake County

    Beach Park: 3.0 inches

    Buffalo Grove: 3.5 inches

    Fox Lake: 3.8 inches

    Grayslake: 2.6 inches

    Gurnee: 5.8 inches

    Highwood: 4.0 inches

    Lake Villa: 7.8 inches

    Lake Zurich: 3.1 inches

    Libertyville: 7.2 inches

    Lincolnshire: 3.0 inches

    Lindenhurst: 1.5 inches

    Mundelein: 3.6 inches

    Riverwoods: 3.5 inches

    Wadsworth: 2.2 inches

    Waukegan: 6.4 inches

    LaSalle County

    Mendota: 1.0 inch

    Marseilles: 1.4 inches

    Ottawa: 2.3 inches

    Sheridan: 1.5 inches

    Somonauk: 2.5 inches

    Streator: 1.5 inches

    Lee County

    Ashton: 1.5 inches

    Dixon: 3.2 inches

    Paw Paw: 1.0 inches

    Steward: 1.2 inches

    Livingston County

    Chatsworth: 1.0 inches

    Dwight: 1.0 inches

    Fairbury: 0.8 inches

    McHenry County

    Algonquin: 3.0 inches

    Bull Valley: 3.3 inches

    Hebron: 4.0 inches

    Marengo: 7 inches

    McHenry: 4.8 inches

    Wonder Lake: 3.9 inches

    Woodstock: 3.5 inches

    Ogle County

    Byron: 2.5 inches

    Polo: 1.0 inches

    Rochelle: 3.0 inches

    Will County

    Crete: 3.5 inches

    Homer Glen: 2.5 inches

    Joliet: 4.2 inches

    Lockport: 2.5 inches

    Manhattan: 2.0 inches

    Monee: 3.7 inches

    New Lenox: 2.5 inches

    Plainfield: 2.4 inches

    Peotone: 5.8 inches

    Romeoville: 4.3 inches

    Wilmington: 2.8 inches

    Winnebago County

    South Beloit: 10 inches

    Rockford Airport: 6.1 inches

    Rockford: 8.5 inches

    Roscoe: 7 inches

    Winnebago: 7 inches

    Jasper County, Indiana

    DeMotte: 5.0 inches

    Remington: 2.5 inches

    Rensselaer: 2.6 inches

    Wheatfield: 3.5 inches

    Lake County, Indiana

    Crown Point: 3.6 inches

    Dyer: 2.4 inches

    Merrillville: 3.0 inches

    Munster: 2.6 inches

    St. John: 3.8 inches

    Schererville: 1.8 inches

    Newton County, Indiana

    Mount Ayr: 2.4 inches

    Morocco: 2.0 inches

    Porter County, Indiana

    Chesterton: 4.3 inches

    Hebron: 3.6 inches

    Portage: 4.3 inches

    Porter: 5 inches

    Valparaiso: 5.0 inches

    Snow began to develop across the area by late Saturday afternoon and is expected to continue through Sunday night with accumulations of several inches possible.

    Far northern counties could see up to a foot of snow, according to the latest storm models, with as many as 8 inches possible in central sections of the metro area. Areas south of Chicago will likely see less snow, with accumulations of approximately 3 inches forecast. A Look Back at the 5 Biggest Snowstorms in Chicago HistoryA Look Back at the 5 Biggest Snowstorms in Chicago History

    Forecasters warn the storm is still evolving so the snow predictions could change. Cook and the surrounding suburban counties will remain under the Winter Storm Warning through Sunday night at midnight, though Kankakee County, as well as Newtown and Jasper counties in northwest Indiana are under a less severe Winter Weather Advisory for that same period of time. 

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