Snow Totals From Across the Chicago Area Wednesday - NBC Chicago

Snow Totals From Across the Chicago Area Wednesday

Some locations saw as much as 5 inches of snow by Wednesday morning

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Chicago Weather Forecast: Snowy & Rainy Start

    Andy Avalos has the latest as another round of winter weather continues. 

    (Published Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019)

    Another winter blast brought several inches of snow to parts of the Chicago area Tuesday and Wednesday, just days after a weekend snowstorm dumped almost a foot of snow in some locations. 

    Some locations saw as much as 5 inches of snow by Wednesday morning, while others saw a mix of rain and snow as the system continued and temps began falling Wednesday. 

    A Winter Storm Warning was issued for McHenry County until noon Wednesday, warning of up to 7 inches of snow in addition to ice accumulations of up to one tenth of an inch.

    A Winter Weather Advisory remained in effect through 12 p.m. for DuPage, Cook, La Salle, Kendall, De Kalb, Kane and Lake counties in Illinois as well.

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    We hear "lake-effect snow" a lot in Chicago. But what does it actually mean? Kalee Dionne breaks it down for us.

    (Published Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017)

    Here's a look at some of the snow totals reported by the National Weather Service as of 8 a.m. Wednesday:

    Cook

    Hoffman Estates: 2.8 inches

    Palatine: 2.7 inches

    Hoffman Estates: 2.5 inches

    Schaumburg: 1.7 inches

    Elk Grove Village: 1.6 inches

    Botanic Gardens: 1.2 inches

    Park Ridge: 0.9 inches

    O'Hare Airport: 0.8 inches

    Oak Park: 0.5 inches

    La Grange Park: 0.5 inches

    Harwood Heights: 0.3 inches

    Lincolnwood: 0.1 inches

    Midway: 0.1 inches

    DeKalb

    Genoa: 5.1 inches

    DeKalb: 4.8 inches

    Cortland: 2.7 inches

    Somonauk: 1.5 inches

    DuPage

    Aurora: 0.5 inches

    Roselle: 2.0 inches

    Naperville: 1.1 inches

    Wheaton: 1.0 inches

    Lisle: 0.7 inches

    Elmhurst: 0.3 inches

    Downers Grove: 0.3 inches

    Grundy

    Coal City: 0.53 inches

    Morris: 0.56 inches

    Carbon Hill: 0.53 inches

    Minooka: 0.53 inches

    Kankakee

    Kankakee: 0.78 inches

    Bourbonnais: 0.8 inches

    Herscher: 0.75 inches

    St. Anne: 0.74 inches

    Kane

    Elgin: 3.3 inches

    St. Charles: 2.5 inches

    Elburn: 2.0 inches

    Geneva: 1.8 inches

    Batavia: 1.3 inches

    Sugar Grove: 0.4 inches

    North Aurora: 0.4 inches

    Kendall

    Montgomery: 0.8 inches

    Lake

    Highwood: 4.5 inches

    Waukegan: 3.8 inches

    Barrington: 3.0 inches

    Mundelein: 3.0 inches

    Riverwoods: 2.9 inches

    Gurnee: 2.8 inches 

    Lake Zurich: 2.8 inches

    Buffalo Grove: 2.5 inches

    LaSalle

    Mendota: 1.0 inches

    Earlville: 0.8 inches

    LaSalle: 0.3 inches

    Peru: 0.3 inches

    Ottawa: 0.53 inches

    McHenry

    Harvard: 5.0 inches

    Hebron: 4.3 inches

    Bull valley: 4.2 inches

    Woodstock: 4.2 inches

    Wonder Lake: 3.9 inches

    Woodstock: 3.8 inches

    Crystal Lake: 3.8 inches

    Algonquin: 3.0 inches

    Cary: 2.8 inches

    Huntley: 2.5 inches

    Will

    Naperville: 0.1 inches

    Plainfield: 0.1 inches

    Beecher: 0.66 inches

    Poetone: 0.66 inches

    Wilmington: 0.62 inches

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