Snowfall Totals From Around the Chicagoland Area - NBC Chicago

Snowfall Totals From Around the Chicagoland Area



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    The Chicago-area may be nearly a month into spring, but wintry weather ruled the day Sunday as snow fell throughout the region. 

    Some areas saw up to eight inches of snow as part of a blast of icy air on Sunday, with temperatures struggling to get out of the mid-30s throughout most of the region. 

    While the snow won't remain on the ground for long with warmer temperatures set to move in, we have a full round-up of the snowfall totals from Sunday: 

    Cook County

    Arlington Heights 4.1 inches

    Elk Grove Village 0.7 inches

    Harwood Heights 3.8 inches 

    Itasca 5.5 inches 

    Midway Airport 4.3 inches  

    Morton Grove 4 inches

    Oak Park 3.5 inches

    O’Hare Airport 4.8 inches 

    Park Ridge 4 inches

    Schaumburg 0.5 inches

    DeKalb County

    DeKalb 7.5 inches

    Genoa 4.2 inches

    Sycamore 8 inches 

    DuPage County

    Carol Stream 1.5 inches

    Naperville 3 inches 

    West Chicago 4.6 inches

    Wonder Lake 7 inches

    Kane County

    Kaneville 5.5 inches 

    North Aurora 4.4 inches 

    St. Charles 8.3 inches

    Kankakee County

    Herscher 1.3 inches

    Lake County (IL)

    Fox Lake 5.8 inches 

    Libertyville 4.7 inches 

    Mundelein 5.2 inches

    Riverwoods 4.5 inches

    LaSalle County

    Ottawa 5.5 inches

    McHenry County 

    Huntley 7.5 inches 

    Marengo 5.5 inches 

    Will County 

    Peotone 2.6 inches 

    Romeoville 2.4 inches 

    Winnebago County

    Rockford Airport 2.9 inches 

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