Latest Snowfall Totals Throughout Northern Illinois

Areas west of the city have already seen more than four inches of snow

A winter storm is pounding northern Illinois on Sunday, and snowfall totals are already beginning to pile up across the region. 

The storm is 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. 

Here are the latest snowfall totals from across the region (totals updated as of 12:30 a.m.): 

Boone County: 

Belvidere: 5.3 inches 

Capron: 7 inches 

Cook County: 

Elk Grove Village: 5.7 inches 

Itasca: 2.9 inches 

Medinah: 1.9 inches 

Midway Airport: 1.4 inches 

O'Hare International Airport: 3.3 inches

Palatine: 1 inch 

Schaumburg: 4.5 inches 

DeKalb County: 

DeKalb: 8.3 inches 

Genoa: 7 inches 

Kirkland: 9 inches

DuPage County: 

Clarendon Hills: 2 inches 

Lombard: 4 inches 

Grundy County: 

Morris: 1 inch 

Kane County: 

Aurora: 3.5 inches 

Batavia: 5.1 inches 

North Aurora: 4 inches 

St. Charles: 5.5 inches 

Sugar Grove: 4.5 inches 

Kendall County: 

Montgomery: 2.5 inches 

Lake County (IL): 

Antioch: 2.5 inches 

Grayslake: 4 inches 

Lake Zurich: 2 inches 

Lindenhurst: 4.9 inches 

Long Lake: 8 inches 

Round Lake Beach: 4.3 inches 

Waukegan: 0.9 inches 

Lasalle County: 

Mendota: 5.5 inches 

Lee County: 

Dixon: 5.5 inches

Sublette: 6 inches 

McHenry County: 

Bull Valley: 11.8 inches 

Marengo: 8 inches 

McHenry: 7.8 inches 

Harvard: 2.8 inches 

Wonder Lake: 6 inches 

Woodstock: 10.6 inches 

Ogle County: 

Byron: 4.1 inches 

Forreston: 10 inches 

Mount Morris: 12.5 inches 

Oregon: 11.2 inches 

Polo: 9 inches 

Rochelle: 7 inches 

Stillman Valley: 4 inches 

Will County: 

Romeoville: 1.4 inches 

Winnebago County: 

Cherry Valley: 5 inches 

Loves Park: 5 inches 

Pecatonica: 8.5 inches

Rockford Airport: 11.7 inches 

Rockford: 11.8 inches

Roscoe: 7 inches 

Winnebago: 9 inches 

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

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