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Snow Totals From Across the Chicago Area Wednesday

Some locations saw as much as 5 inches of snow by Wednesday morning

Another winter blast brought several inches of snow to parts of the Chicago area Tuesday and Wednesday, just days after a weekend snowstorm dumped almost a foot of snow in some locations. 

Some locations saw as much as 5 inches of snow by Wednesday morning, while others saw a mix of rain and snow as the system continued and temps began falling Wednesday. 

A Winter Storm Warning was issued for McHenry County until noon Wednesday, warning of up to 7 inches of snow in addition to ice accumulations of up to one tenth of an inch.

A Winter Weather Advisory remained in effect through 12 p.m. for DuPage, Cook, La Salle, Kendall, De Kalb, Kane and Lake counties in Illinois as well.

Here's a look at some of the snow totals reported by the National Weather Service as of 8 a.m. Wednesday:

Cook

Hoffman Estates: 2.8 inches

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Palatine: 2.7 inches

Hoffman Estates: 2.5 inches

Schaumburg: 1.7 inches

Elk Grove Village: 1.6 inches

Botanic Gardens: 1.2 inches

Park Ridge: 0.9 inches

O'Hare Airport: 0.8 inches

Oak Park: 0.5 inches

La Grange Park: 0.5 inches

Harwood Heights: 0.3 inches

Lincolnwood: 0.1 inches

Midway: 0.1 inches

DeKalb

Genoa: 5.1 inches

DeKalb: 4.8 inches

Cortland: 2.7 inches

Somonauk: 1.5 inches

DuPage

Aurora: 0.5 inches

Roselle: 2.0 inches

Naperville: 1.1 inches

Wheaton: 1.0 inches

Lisle: 0.7 inches

Elmhurst: 0.3 inches

Downers Grove: 0.3 inches

Grundy

Coal City: 0.53 inches

Morris: 0.56 inches

Carbon Hill: 0.53 inches

Minooka: 0.53 inches

Kankakee

Kankakee: 0.78 inches

Bourbonnais: 0.8 inches

Herscher: 0.75 inches

St. Anne: 0.74 inches

Kane

Elgin: 3.3 inches

St. Charles: 2.5 inches

Elburn: 2.0 inches

Geneva: 1.8 inches

Batavia: 1.3 inches

Sugar Grove: 0.4 inches

North Aurora: 0.4 inches

Kendall

Montgomery: 0.8 inches

Lake

Highwood: 4.5 inches

Waukegan: 3.8 inches

Barrington: 3.0 inches

Mundelein: 3.0 inches

Riverwoods: 2.9 inches

Gurnee: 2.8 inches 

Lake Zurich: 2.8 inches

Buffalo Grove: 2.5 inches

LaSalle

Mendota: 1.0 inches

Earlville: 0.8 inches

LaSalle: 0.3 inches

Peru: 0.3 inches

Ottawa: 0.53 inches

McHenry

Harvard: 5.0 inches

Hebron: 4.3 inches

Bull valley: 4.2 inches

Woodstock: 4.2 inches

Wonder Lake: 3.9 inches

Woodstock: 3.8 inches

Crystal Lake: 3.8 inches

Algonquin: 3.0 inches

Cary: 2.8 inches

Huntley: 2.5 inches

Will

Naperville: 0.1 inches

Plainfield: 0.1 inches

Beecher: 0.66 inches

Poetone: 0.66 inches

Wilmington: 0.62 inches

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