Snowfall Totals Across the Chicago Area - NBC Chicago

Snowfall Totals Across the Chicago Area



    Chicago Weather Forecast: Storm Pulls Away

    NBC Storm Team 5 meteorologist Andy Avalos has your latest forecast update.

    (Published Monday, Nov. 26, 2018)

    A winter snowstorm continued to hit the Chicago area early Monday, leaving several inches of accumulation in its wake.

    The storm was expected to dump anywhere from six to 12 inches of snow across much of northern Illinois, with western and northern areas getting hit especially hard by the storm. 

    The latest snowfall totals from across the region as of 7 a.m., according to the National Weather Service, are listed below.

    Some of the figures listed may be lower than the actual total accumulation, as they are the latest numbers the NWS reports for those particular locations, updated as they come in. 

    Boone County

    Belvidere: 5.3 inches

    Winter Weather Wallops Chicago Area

    [CHI] Winter Weather Wallops Chicago Area

    A winter snowstorm blanketed the Chicago area overnight, including in Park Ridge, where Lexi Sutter has a look at some of the damage. 

    (Published Monday, Nov. 26, 2018)

    Capron: 9 inches

    Cook County

    Chicago Ridge: 2.7 inches

    Cook County Under Lakeshore Flood Warning

    [CHI] Cook County Under Lakeshore Flood Warning

    Cook County was under a Lakeshore Flood Warning through 12 p.m. Monday, according to the NWS,with high water and strong wind gusts creating massive and dangerous waves. Sandra Torres reports.

    (Published Monday, Nov. 26, 2018)

    Countryside: 2.5 inches

    Elk Grove Village: 5.7 inches

    Evanston: 3 inches

    Harwood Heights: 6.9 inches

    Itasca: 2.9 inches

    Lincolnwood: 4.5 inches

    Medinah: 1.9 inches

    Midway Airport: 3.4 inches

    Mount Prospect: 8.3 inches

    O'Hare International Airport: 7.4 inches

    Palatine: 6 inches

    Park Forest: 2.5 inches

    Park Ridge: 5.9 inches

    Schaumburg: 9.2 inches

    Willow Springs: 3.4 inches

    Worth: 3 inches

    DeKalb County

    DeKalb: 10 inches

    Genoa: 8.4 inches

    Kirkland: 9 inches

    Somonauk: 4 inches

    DuPage County

    Aurora: 4.5 inches

    Clarendon Hills: 2 inches

    Downers Grove: 6.6 inches

    Lombard: 4 inches

    Westmont: 3.4 inches

    Grundy County

    Carbon Hill: 1.6 inches

    Coal City: 1.6 inches

    Morris: 1.8 inches

    Kane County

    Aurora: 6.3 inches

    Batavia: 5.1 inches

    Carpentersville: 7 inches

    Elburn: 9.2 inches

    Elgin: 2.4 inches

    North Aurora: 7.9 inches

    St. Charles: 8.1 inches

    Sugar Grove: 4.5 inches

    Kankakee County

    Bourbonnais: 0.6 inches

    Kendall County

    Montgomery: 2.5 inches

    Plainfield: 5 inches

    Lake County, Illinois

    Antioch: 2.5 inches

    Grayslake: 4 inches

    Hawthorn Woods: 7.8 inches

    Highwood: 3.1 inches

    Lake Zurich: 9.8 inches

    Lindenhurst: 9 inches

    Long Lake: 8 inches

    Mundelein: 7.8 inches

    Round Lake Beach: 4.3 inches

    Waukegan: 0.9 inches

    LaSalle County

    Mendota: 5.5 inches

    Peru: 4 inches

    Streator: 4.5 inches

    Lee County

    Ashton: 12 inches

    Dixon: 5.5 inches

    Sublette: 6 inches

    McHenry County

    Algonquin: 7.5 inches

    Bull Valley: 13.1 inches

    Cary: 5.3 inches

    Crystal Lake: 7.6 inches

    Harvard: 9 inches

    Hebron: 8.5 inches

    Johnsburg: 9 inches

    Marengo: 8 inches

    McHenry: 10.9 inches

    Wonder Lake: 6 inches

    Woodstock: 11.5 inches

    Ogle County

    Byron: 4.1 inches

    Forreston: 10 inches

    Mount Morris: 12.5 inches

    Oregon: 11.2 inches

    Polo: 9 inches

    Rochelle: 12 inches

    Stillman Valley: 4 inches

    Will County

    Brandon Road Lock and Dam: 1.5 inches

    Joliet: 2 inches

    Lockport: 1.8 inches

    Mokena: 2.4 inches

    New Lenox: 1.9 inches

    Peotone: 1.9 inches

    Plainfield: 2.5 inches

    Romeoville: 1.9 inches

    Winnebago County

    Cherry Valley: 5 inches

    Loves Park: 5 inches

    Pecatonica: 13.5 inches

    Rockford Airport: 11.7 inches

    Rockford: 11.8 inches

    Roscoe: 7 inches

    Winnebago: 9 inches

    Lake County, Indiana

    Crown Point: 1.8 inches

    Merrillville: 2 inches

    Jasper County, Indiana

    DeMotte: 0.4 inches

    Wheatfield: 0.5 inches

    Porter County, Indiana

    Hebron: 0.8 inches

    Portage: 0.5 inches

    Porter: 1.1 inches

    Valparaiso: 1.9 inches

    Stay tuned to NBC 5 Chicago for the latest updates on the winter storm. 

    Get the latest from NBC Chicago anywhere, anytime

    • Download the NBC Chicago App

      Download the App

      Available for iOS and Android