Latest Snow Totals Across the Chicago Area

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19 January 2019 | 10:02 pm

Across the Chicago area, residents woke up to measurable snow Saturday morning. And though some locations had far more than others, several hours of snowfall were still left. 

A Winter Storm Warning remained in effect for much of the Chicago area through the morning and afternoon hours.

Here’s a look at some of the latest snowfall totals across the area as of Saturday morning, according to the National Weather Service: 

Cook County

Chicago (Southeast) 4.7 inches 

Evanston 6.5 inches 

Lansing: 3.5 inches 

Midway Airport: 5.3 inches 

Morton Grove 5.0 inches

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Mount Prospect 5.5 inches 

Oak Frest: 6.5 inches 

O’Hare Airport 5 inches 

Palatine 8.5 inches

Schaumburg 6.7 inches

DeKalb County

DeKalb 7.9 inches

DuPage County

Downers Grove 5.0 inches

DuPage 6 inches 

York Center: 4.1 inches 

Kane County

Batavia 5.2 inches

Elburn 6.9 inches 

Elgin 6.5 inches

Lake County

Buffalo Grove 7.9 inches

Gurnee 7.9 inches

Highland Park 8.8 inches

Lake Zurich 7.1 inches

Libertyville 8.5 inches

Lindenhurst: 7 inches 

Mundelein 7.5 inches

Volo 5.8 inches

Waukegan 9.1 inches 

McHenry County

Algonquin 8.0 inches

Bull Valley: 5.5 inches 

McHenry 8.0 inches

Wonder Lake: 7 inches 

Woodstock 5.7 inches

Will County

Joliet: 4.3 inches 

Mokena: 4.8 inches 

Peotone: 4 inches 

Plainfield 3.3 inches

Romeoville 4.1 inches

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