Christmas Eve Snowfall Totals Across the Chicago Area - NBC Chicago

Christmas Eve Snowfall Totals Across the Chicago Area

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    Forecast: Bitter Cold Stretch

    NBC 5 meteorologist Kalee Dionne has the latest forecast update for the Chicago area.

    (Published Monday, Dec. 25, 2017)

    The Chicago area became a winter wonderland as snow fell Christmas Eve, blanketing the city and surrounding suburbs just in time for the holiday.

    Here’s a look at snowfall totals in Illinois and northwest Indiana, according to the National Weather Service:

    Boone County

    Capron: 0.9 inches

    Cook County

    Chicago: 2.6 inches

    Midway Airport: 2.7 inches

    O’Hare Airport: 1.9 inches

    Homewood: 3.0 inches

    Niles: 1.0 inch

    Evanston: 3.0 inches

    Chicago: 1.8 inches

    Rolling Meadows: 1.6 inches

    Arlington Heights: 1.8 inches

    Chicago Ridge: 2.7 inches

    Schaumburg: 2.5 inches

    Oak Lawn: 2.7 inches

    Oak Park: 2.5 inches

    Park Forest: 2.5 inches

    Worth: 2.4 inches

    La Grange Park: 2.3 inches

    Palos Park: 2.0 inches

    Hoffman Estates: 1.9 inches

    Elk Grove Village: 1.6 inches

    Park Ridge: 1.5 inches

    Botanic Gardens: 1.4 inches

    Palatine: 1.3 inches

    DeKalb County

    DeKalb: 2.6 inches

    Genoa: 2.6 inches

    Somonauk: 2.0 inches

    DuPage County

    Carol Stream: 2.2 inches

    Lombard: 3.0 inches

    Naperville: 2.1 inches

    Aurora: 3.0 inches

    Downers Grove: 2.6 inches

    Wheaton: 2.4 inches

    Westmont: 2.3 inches

    Elmhurst: 1.7 inches

    Grundy County

    Coal City: 2.6 inches

    Morris: 2.0 inches

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    Iroquois County

    Watseka: 3.5 inches

    Ashkum: 3.0 inches

    Kane County

    Geneva: 3.5 inches

    Aurora: 2.5 inches

    Elburn: 2.2 inches

    Sugar Grove: 2.2 inches

    Elgin: 2.2 inches

    Batavia: 2.1 inches

    St. Charles: 1.9 inches

    North Aurora: 2.0 inches

    Elgin: 1.9 inches

    Kankakee County

    Essex: 3.0 inches

    Bonfield: 3.0 inches

    Herscher: 3.0 inches

    Bourbonnais: 2.8 inches

    Lake County

    Libertyville: 1.2 inches

    Highwood: 1.9 inches

    Mundelein: 1.5 inches

    Lake Villa: 1.5 inches

    Mundelein: 1.4 inches

    Waukegan: 1.3 inches

    LaSalle County

    Mendota: 3.1 inches

    Ottawa: 2.9 inches

    Streator: 2.9 inches

    Earlville: 2.5 inches

    LaSalle: 2.4 inches

    Seneca: 1.2 inches

    Lee County

    Paw Paw: 2.0 inches

    Sterling: 1.5 inches

    Dixon: 1.1 inches

    Ashton: 1.3 inches

    Steward: 1.5 inches

    Livingston County

    Chatsworth: 4.0 inches

    Streator: 2.0 inches

    McHenry County

    Woodstock: 1.4 inches

    Marengo: 1.3 inches

    Algonquin: 2.0 inches

    Lake in the Hills: 1.8 inches

    Hebron: 1.1 inches

    Crystal Lake: 1.5 inches

    Wonder Lake: 1.4 inches

    Ogle County

    Byron: 1.0 inch

    Will County

    Romeoville: 2.1 inches

    Peotone: 2.6 inches

    Wilmington: 3.5 inches

    New Lenox: 3.1 inches

    Lockport: 3.0 inches

    Crete: 2.6 inches

    Homer Glen: 2.4 inches

    Manhattan: 2.3 inches

    Joliet: 2.2 inches

    Winnebago County

    Rockford Airport: 1.0 inch

    Rockford: 1.2 inches

    Roscoe: 1.4 inches

    Lake County, Indiana

    Burnham: 1.5 inches

    Dyer: 2.0 inches

    Schererville: 3.0 inches

    Crown Point: 3.0 inches

    Gary: 3.0 inches

    Merrillville: 3.5 inches

    Jasper County, Indiana

    Wheatfield: 6.0 inches

    Rensselaer: 4.5 inches

    DeMotte: 4.0 inches

    Remington: 3.5 inches

    Porter County, Indiana

    Valparaiso: 4.0 inches

    Porter: 3.6 inches

    Hebron: 3.0 inches

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