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

Another round of snow continued late Monday and into Tuesday morning. 

The snow prompted Winter Weather Advisories and Watches for much of the area. Northwest Indiana remains under the threat for heavy snowfall Tuesday, with as much as a half-foot of snow possible in a matter of hours.

Here’s a look at how much snow has fallen so far in the Chicago area as of 10:30 a.m. Tuesday:

Illinois

St. Charles: 6.9

Elgin: 6.8

Geneva: 6.7

De Kalb: 6.6

Wheaton: 6.3

Genoa: 6.2

Elburn: 6.0

Batavia: 6.0

Somonauk: 6.0

Sugar Grove: 5.6

Rockford: 5.5

Algonquin: 5.5

Wonder Lake: 5.4

Naperville: 5.4

Glen Ellyn: 5.1

Crystal Lake: 5.0

Riverwoods: 4.9

Schaumburg: 4.9

Lisle: 4.8

Joliet: 4.8

Park Forest: 4.7

Plainfield: 4.7

New Lenox: 4.7

Highwood: 4.7

Romeoville: 4.6

Watseka: 4.5

Barrington: 4.5

Mundelein: 4.4

Lockport 1SE: 4.3

Buffalo Grove: 4.3

Dixon: 4.2

Homewood: 4.0

Palatine: 4.0

Worth: 4.0

Harvard: 4.0

Chatsworth: 4.0

Midway: 3.9

Streator: 3.9

Aurora: 3.9

Kankakee: 3.8

Elmhurst: 3.8

La Grange Park: 3.8

Palos Park: 3.8

Park Ridge: 3.8

New Lenox: 3.7

Ottawa: 3.7

Elk Grove Village: 3.7

Botanic Gardens: 3.7

Wilmington: 3.6

Ohare: 3.5

Bourbonnais: 3.5

Lincolnwood: 3.4

Chicago Ridge: 3.4

Oak Lawn: 3.4

Bridgeview: 3.4

Cary: 3.3

Park Ridge: 3.3

Mendota: 3.2

Lansing: 3.2

Hoffman Estates: 3.1

Harwood Heights: 3.1

Marseilles: 3.0

Alsip: 3.0

Chicago: 3.0

Hebron: 2.9

Herscher: 2.8

Burr Ridge: 2.8

Northwest Indiana

St. John: 4.4 

De Motte: 3.7 

Dyer: 3.6 

Rensselaer: 3.5 

Lake Village: 3.3

Wheatfield: 3.3

Portage: 3.0

Crown Point: 3.0 

Remington: 3.0 

Hebron: 2.9 

Porter: 2.6 

Munster: 2.6 

Valparaiso: 2.2 

Gary: 2.2

Source


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