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Snowfall totals for the entire Chicago area – NBC Chicago

People across the Chicago area woke up to snow Sunday morning, with a buildup of nearly 5 inches seen in some areas.

Parts of Cook and Lake counties have reported the highest snowfall totals to date, while those in southern counties only saw about an inch of snow.

Here are some of the latest totals from across the region, according to the National Weather Service:

Cook County:

Chicago – West Ridge – 4.8 inches

Palatinate – 4.5 inches

Oak Park – 4.5 inches

Elk Grove Village – 4.3 inches

Harwood Heights – 3.9 inches

Midway Airport – 3.8 inches

Schaumburg – 3.8 inches

Hoffman Estates – 3.8 inches

Franklin Park – 3.8 inches

O’Hare Airport – 3.7 inches

Park Ridge – 3.6 inches

Mount Prospect – 3.6 inch

LaGrange – 3.5 inches

Barrington – 3.2 inches

Bridge View – 3 inches

Oak Lawn – 3 in

Chicago Ridge – 3 inches

Home wood – 3 inches

LaGrange Park – 3 inches

Palos Park – 2.8 inches

Palatinate – 2.7 inches

Park forest – 2.5 inches

Landscape – 2.5 inches

DeKalb County:

Malta – 3.2 inches

DeKalb—3 inches

Genoa – 2.4 inches

Cortland – 2.3 inches

DuPage County:

West Chicago—4 in

Lombard – 3.8 inches

Villa Park – 3.8 inches

Glen Ellyn – 3.7 inches

Elmhurst – 3.7 inches

Lisle – 3.4 inches

Winfield – 3.2 inches

Darien – 3.2 inches

Bolingbrook—3 inches

Naperville—3 inches

Aurora—3 inches

District of Grundy:

Minooka – 2.1 inches

Coal Town – 1.3 inch

Carbon Hill – 1.3 inches

Morris—1 inch

Kane County:

Geneva – 3.8 inches

St. Charles—3.5 inches

Batavia – 3.3 inches

Northern Lights – 3.3 inches

Elgin – 3.2 inches

Aurora – 3.2 inches

Maple Park – 3 inches

Campton Hills—3 inches

Sugar Grove – 2.5 inches

Kankakee County:

Kankakee – 1.2 inches

Bourbonnais—1 inch

St. Anne—0.5 inch

Ruler – 0.3 inch

Kendall County:

Oswego—3 inches

Boulder Hill – 2.5 inches

Plainfield – 2.4 inches

Lake County:

Waukegan—4 inches

Riverwoods – 3.9 inches

Bannockburn – 3.8 inches

Wadsworth – 3.8 inches

Buffalo Grove – 3.7 inches

Grandwood Park – 3.6 inches

Highwood – 3.6 inches

Fox Lake Hills – 3.5 inches

Forest Lake – 3.3 inches

Mundelein – 3.1 inches

Lake Zurich – 2.9 inches

Seewald—2 inches

Lasalle County:

Mendota—1 inch

Ottawa – 0.5 inch

Peru – 0.2 inches

LaSalle – 0.1 inch

McHenry County:

Trout Valley – 3.7 inches

Harvard – 3.5 inches

Huntley – 3.5 inches

Bull Valley – 3.2 inches

Algonquin – 3.2 inches

McHenry – 3.2 inches

Wood Stick – 3.1 inches

Crystal Lake – 2.8 inches

Will County:

New Lenox – 2.9 inch

Romeoville – 2.9 inches

Lockport – 2.8 inch

Mokena – 2.7 inches

Homer Glen – 2.6 inches

Plainfield – 2.6 inches

Crete – 2.5 inches

Joliet – 2.4 inches

Manhattan – 2.1 inches

Peotone – 1.9 inches

Monee – 1.8 inches

Lakewood Shores – 0.7 inch

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