Snow fell for several hours across the Chicago area, beginning Sunday night and continuing through the Monday morning rush hour. 

By 6 a.m., anywhere from 1 to 3 inches had been reported, though the Chicago area remained under a Winter Weather Advisory until noon. By noon, even higher accumulations were expected, according to the National Weather Service. 

That advisory began at 6 p.m. Sunday night and included McHenry, Lake, DeKalb, Kane, DuPage, Cook, LaSalle, Kendall, Grundy, Will, Kankakee, and Iroquois counties. 

In Indiana, Lake, Porter, Newton, and Jasper counties are also impacted by the snowy disturbance, which is forecasted to dump between three and five inches of snow on the area. Porter and LaPorte counties will also be under a Winter Storm Watch Tuesday. 

Here’s a look at snow totals from across the area as of 6 a.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service:

Kankakee: 2.5 inches

Joliet: 3.5 inches

Elburn: 3.5 inches

Romeoville: 3 inches

O’Hare: 1.8 inches

Rockford Airport: 2.9 inches

Midway Airport: 1.9 inches

Lake in the Hills: 2.5 inches

Somonauk: 3.8 inches

Lowell: 2 inches

Northbrook: 1.2 inches

Lake Bluff: 1 inch

Libertyville: 1 inch

Park Forest: 3.2 inches

Downers Grove: 3.5 inches

Batavia: 2.3 inches

Homer Glen: 2.3 inches

Hoffman Estates: 3.3 inches

Bourbonnais: 2.7 inches

Mendota: 3 inches

Harvard: 3 inches

Lake Zurich: 2.5 inches


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