Latest Snowfall Totals for Northern Illinois

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13 January 2019 | 4:48 am

The snow is piling up across the area, and places south of the city are getting hammered as a winter storm moves through.

The storm, which has already dumped over six inches of snow in areas south of the NBC 5 viewing area, is snarling traffic and causing hazardous conditions throughout the region.

Here are the latest snowfall totals as of 3:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon:

Cook County: 

Elk Grove Village: 1.6 inches 

Lansing: 1.5 inches 

Midway Airport: 3.5 inches 

Northbrook: 2.6 inches 

O’Hare Airport: 1.9 inches 

Palos Park: 1.5 inches 

Schaumburg: 2.1 inches 

DeKalb County: 

Sycamore: 2 inches

DuPage County: 

Lombard: 3.5 inches  

Grundy County: 

Carbon Hill: 2.3 inches 

Iroquois County: 

Ashkum: 8 inches 

Onarga: 8 inches 

Watseka: 9 inches 

Kane County: 

Aurora: 2.6 inches 

Batavia: 3.1 inches 

St. Charles: 3.2 inches 

Kankakee County: 

Bourbonnais: 2.8 inches

Kankakee: 3.8 inches inches  

Lake County: 

Libertyville: 1.8 inches 

Riverwoods: 1.8 inches 

LaSalle County: 

Herscher: 1.4 inches 

La Salle: 5.4 inches 

Ottawa: 2.5 inches 

Peru: 1.3 inches 

Streator: 7.2 inches 

Livingston County:  

Pontiac: 9.3 inches 

McHenry County: 

Crystal Lake: 3.5 inches 

Marengo: 1.9 inches 

Will County: 

New Lenox: 1.8 inches 

Peotone: 3.1 inches 

Here are our Indiana Counties: 

Porter County: 

Valparaiso: 4 inches 

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There is a Winter Weather Advisory in effect for some areas south of Chicago that will last until 3 a.m. Sunday morning.

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