See the whole variety of snowfalls throughout the Chicago space from Large Snowstorm – NBC Chicago

Note: The totals are as of the time the NWS reported the information and may not reflect the most up-to-date totals as snow continues to fall. This page will be updated as more information becomes available.

A massive snow storm threw more than a meter of snow in some parts of the Chicago area Monday through Tuesday.

How much snow did fall in that last explosion of winter weather? Here’s a look at the latest snowfall figures from the region according to the National Weather Service from 7 a.m.

Cook County:

Chicago (Albany Park) – 16 inches

Chicago (Beverly) – 13 inches

Chicago (Douglas) – 16.9 in

Chicago (lake view) – 14.5 in

Chicago (Lincoln Square) – 17 inches

Chicago (loop) – 7.8 inches

Chicago (Midway Airport) – 17.7 in

Chicago (O’Hare Airport) – 7.5 in

Dolton – 4 inches

Evanston – 18 inches

Forest Park – 13 inches

Harwood Heights – 15 inches

Homewood – 14 inches

Lincolnwood – 5.5 inches

Lynwood – 4.7 in

Medinah – 5.6 inches

Northbrook – 9.7 in

Oak lawn – 14.5 inches

Oak Park – 11 inches

Palatinate – 5.5 in

Palos Park – 7.5 inches

Park Ridge – 8.4 in

Roselle – 3.8 in

Schaumburg – 6.4 in

Thornton – 14.5 in

West Ridge – 5 inches

Wilmette – 16 in

Winchester – 5 inches

DeKalb County:

Cortland – 2.5 in

DuPage County:

Carol Stream – 3.4 in

Clarendon Hills – 1.6 in

Glen Ellyn – 6.6 in

Naperville – 5 inches

Woodridge – 4.7 in

Grundy County:

Carbon Hill – 5.5 inches

Kane County:

Aurora – 4.1 in

Batavia – 3.9 in

Campton Hills – 2 in

Elburn – 3.3 in

Elgin – 4.8 in

Geneva – 2.4 inches

St. Charles – 3.6 in

Sugar Grove – 1.6 inches

Kendall County:

Plainfield – 4.2 in

Lake County (Illinois):

Bannockburn – 1.6 in

Forest lake – 4.7 inches

Grandwood Park – 4 inches

Highwood – 1.5 in

Lindenhurst – 2.9 in

LaSalle County:

Ottawa – 5.9 in

Peru – 4 inches

Livingston County:

Chatsworth – 7 inches

McHenry County:

Marengo – 2.1 in

Will County:

Frankfort – 7.2 inches

Joliet – 6.8 inches

Lockport – 8.2 in

Manhattan – 7.2 inches

Mokena – 8.1 inches

Romeoville – 7.8 inches

Winnebago County:

Rockford – 3 in

Rockford Airport – 1.8 in

Jasper County, Indiana:

Collegeville – 1.5 inches

DeMotte – 7.8 inches

Remington – 9.5 inches

Lake County (Indiana):

Crown Point – 11.3 inches

Lake Station – 13.8 in

Porter County, Indiana:

Chesterton – 15 inches

Kouts – 6 inches

Ogden Dunes – 11.3 inches

Portage – 5.8 inches

Porter – 13.7 in

South Haven – 9 inches

Valparaiso – 16 inches

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