The latest snow system dropped several inches Monday afternoon across northwest Indiana and more than two inches in the Chicago suburbs.
A Winter Weather Advisory that went into effect for northern Illinois and northwest Indiana at noon Monday will run until midnight. Snow is expected to die down Monday night, leaving between 3 to 6 inches of snow across the area.
Bitter cold temperatures creating wind chill readings below zero will continue with overnight lows between -5 and 3 degrees in Chicago.
Tuesday is expected to be mostly sunny and bitter cold in the morning. Temperatures will continue with highs in the mid- to upper-teens.
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Here's a look at snow totals from across the Illinois area as of 5 p.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service:
Aurora: 1 inch
O'Hare Airport: 1.9 inches
Glenview: 2.3 inches
Rockford: 2.1 inches
Capron: 0.7 inches
Snow is also falling across much of northern Indiana:
Roseland: 5 inches
Chesterton: 5.5 inches
Valparaiso, IN: 5.5 inches