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See Snow Totals Across the Chicago Area From Weekend Winter Storm

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Note: The latest updated snow totals as of Monday morning can be found here.

The second major winter storm of the season is still hitting the Chicago area, with more than a foot of snow falling in some locations.

How much snow has fallen across the region? Here's a look at snow totals from the National Weather Service, broken up by county as of 9 p.m. Sunday:

Boone County:

Capron - 6 inches

Timberlane - 8 inches

Cook County:

Barrington - 9.5 inches

Bartlett - 6 inches

Berwyn - 12 inches

Bridgeview - 8.5 inches

Burbank - 7.4 inches

Chicago (Avondale) - 9.6 inches

Chicago (Bridgeport) - 9.4 inches

Chicago (Lake View) - 9.4 inches

Chicago (Lincoln Park) - 8 inches

Chicago (Loop) – 8.6 inches

Chicago (Midway Airport) – 11.3 inches

Chicago (O’Hare Airport) – 10.8 inches

Chicago (Ravenswood) - 9.5 inches

Chicago (West Ridge) - 11.5 inches

Chicago Heights - 9 inches

Countryside – 9.5 inches

Elk Grove Village - 9.5 inches

Evanston - 12.4 inches

Flossmoor - 11.5 inches

Forest Park – 12 inches

Franklin Park - 11 inches

Glenview – 9 inches  

Harwood Heights – 13.8 inches

Hodgkins - 6 inches

Hoffman Estates - 8.3 inches

Homewood - 7.5 inches

LaGrange Park - 8.5 inches

Lansing - 11 inches

Lemont - 9.5 inches

Lynwood – 5 inches

Medinah - 9 inches

Morton Grove – 12.1 inches

Oak Forest - 9 inches

Oak Lawn – 10.5 inches

Oak Park - 12 inches

Palatine - 8.2 inches

Palos Park - 9 inches

Park Forest - 11.7 inches

Park Ridge - 9.8 inches

Rolling Meadows - 9.2 inches

Roselle - 11.4 inches

Schaumburg – 10.3 inches

South Holland - 8 inches

Thornton - 12.7 inches

Tinley Park – 10 inches

Westchester – 9.3 inches

DeKalb County:

Cortland – 7.7 inches

DeKalb – 9.8 inches

Genoa - 7.3 inches

Malta - 5.2 inches

Somonauk - 10 inches

Sycamore - 7.8 inches

DuPage County:

Aurora - 6 inches

Bolingbrook - 10.5 inches

Carol Stream - 6.5 inches

Darien - 10.9 inches

Downers Grove – 12.4 inches

DuPage Airport - 5.5 inches

Elmhurst - 13.5 inches

Glen Ellyn - 11 inches

Lisle - 9.5 inches

Medinah - 10.8 inches

Morton Arboretum - 9 inches

Naperville - 10 inches

West Chicago - 8 inches

Wheaton – 5.5 inches

Winfield - 6.8 inches

Woodridge – 10.5 inches

Ford County:

Gibson City - 1.5 inches

Kempton - 4 inches

Grundy County:

Carbon Hill - 6.9 inches

Coal City - 7.4 inches

Morris - 6.6 inches

Iroquois County:

Ashkum - 6.8 inches

Clifton - 6 inches

Crescent City - 4.3 inches

Gilman - 2 inches

Iroquois - 8 inches

Martinton – 5 inches

Milford - 1.5 inches

Sheldon – 6 inches

Watseka - 5 inches

Kane County:

Aurora - 8.5 inches

Batavia - 6.2 inches

Campton Hills – 7.8 inches

Elburn - 9 inches

Elgin - 7.1 inches

Geneva - 6.3 inches

North Aurora - 5.8 inches

Sleepy Hollow – 5.3 inches

St. Charles - 8.8 inches

West Dundee – 6.7 inches

Kankakee County:

Bourbonnais - 7.8 inches

Kankakee - 10.3 inches

Limestone - 8 inches

St. Anne - 8.4 inches

Kendall County:

Earlville - 4.2 inches

Plainfield - 8.5 inches

Plano - 8.2 inches

Yorkville - 6 inches

Lake County (Illinois):

Antioch - 9.8 inches

Beach Park - 6 inches

Buffalo Grove - 10.4 inches

Deerfield - 12 inches

Grandwood Park - 8.6 inches

Hawthorn Woods – 7 inches

Highwood - 11.8 inches

Lake Forest - 8.5 inches

Libertyville - 10.5 inches

Lindenhurst – 11.4 inches

Long Lake - 11.3 inches

Mundelein - 10.3 inches

Riverwoods - 11.2 inches

Waukegan - 9.1 inches

LaSalle County:

Earlville - 4 inches

LaSalle - 3 inches

Lostant - 2 inches

Mendota - 6 inches

Ottawa - 3 inches

Peru - 3 inches

Lee County:

Amboy - 3.5 inches

Ashton - 4.1 inches

Livingston County:

Chatsworth - 4 inches

Dwight - 7 inches

Fairbury - 3.2 inches

Odell - 2 inches

Streator – 5.5 inches

McHenry County:

Algonquin – 11.1 inches

Bull Valley - 6.6 inches

Crystal Lake - 7.6 inches

Harvard - 7 inches

Hebron - 6.1 inches

Lakewood – 5.7 inches

McHenry - 6 inches

Richmond - 9.5 inches

Trout Valley - 9 inches

Woodstock - 7.9 inches

Ogle County:

Rochelle - 3 inches

Will County:

Crest Hill - 7 inches

Crete - 13.4 inches

Crystal Lawns – 6.9 inches

Custer Park - 5 inches

Fairmont – 8.5 inches

Frankfort – 8.3 inches

Goodenow - 10 inches

Homer Glen – 11.5 inches

Joliet - 10.7 inches

Lockport - 11 inches

Loves Park - 7 inches

Manhattan - 11 inches

Mokena – 11.4 inches

Monee - 15.3 inches

Naperville - 7.7 inches

New Lenox – 9 inches

Peotone – 12.7 inches

Plainfield - 11.2 inches

Romeoville – 12.9 inches

Sauk Village - 9.5 inches

Winnebago County:

Lake Summerset - 7.8 inches

Loves Park - 5.7 inches

Machesney Park - 7.5 inches

New Milford - 7 inches

Pecatonica - 7 inches

Rockford Airport – 6.8 inches

Rockford - 7.4 inches

Roscoe – 6 inches

South Beloit - 6.5 inches

Benton County (Indiana):

Fowler - 6.5 inches

Jasper County (Indiana):

Collegeville - 9 inches

Demotte – 11.2 inches

Remington - 9 inches

Rensselaer – 10.4 inches

Wheatfield - 9.5 inches

Lake County (Indiana):

Cedar Lake - 9.3 inches

Crown Point – 10.9 inches

Dyer - 12.1 inches

Fair Oaks - 8 inches

Gary - 7.4 inches

Hammond - 8 inches

Lake Bluff – 5.2 inches

Lake Station - 5.4 inches

Lowell - 10.6 inches

Munster - 10.4 inches

St. John - 12.5 inches

Whiting - 9 inches

Newton County (Indiana):

Kentland - 9.5 inches

Morocco – 8 inches

Mount Ayr - 7.8 inches

Porter County (Indiana):

Boone Grove - 9 inches

Chesterton - 7.8 inches

Kouts - 9 inches

Lake of the Four Seasons - 6 inches

Ogden Dunes - 7.6 inches

Porter - 7.2 inches

South Haven – 8 inches

Valparaiso - 11.5 inches

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