Here’s What Has Fallen So Far – NBC Chicago

As snow continued to fall across the Chicago area, some communities saw nearly a meter of snow, with more snow expected in the coming hours.

Use the map below to track how much snow has fallen in your area.

While areas in the far southern suburbs are forecast to be some of the hardest hit by the winter storm, communities in Cook and Will counties are seeing a lot. accumulated on Wednesday.

According to the National Weather Service, the head of the Illinois snowfall club, Braidwood, reported 11 inches of snow on the ground at 2:45 p.m. KST.

In Indiana, Lake Cedar saw 12.5 inches of snow, the highest accumulation in the region, according to a trained weather watcher.

Both Dyer and Morocco received 11 inches, but those numbers were shared in the early afternoon and will likely trend up as the day goes on.

In Cook County, Midlothian reported 10.8 inches of snow during the storm, with 10.5 inches falling in both Tinley Park and Oak Lawn, according to officials. Lynwood received 10 inches.

At Chicago’s Midway Airport, 9.5 inches were reported at noon, while O’Hare reported 5 inches of snow.

Elsewhere, Coal City reported 10.5 inches of snow, while Kankakee saw 9 inches fall at 3pm

Here are the most total snowfall to date in each county in the area watch NBC 5:

Cooking District:

Chicago (Lake View) – 8.2 inches

Chicago (Midway Airport) – 9.5 inches

Chicago (O’Hare Airport) – 5 inches

House Wood – 9.8 inches

Lemont – 9 inches

Lynwood – 10 inches

Midlothian – 10.8 inches

Oak lawn – 10.5 inches

Oak Park – 9 inches

Tinley Park – 10.5 inches

DeKalb County:

Hinckley – 5.5 inches

DuPage County:

Downers Grove – 8.8 inches

Naperville – 7.7 inches

Westmont – 9 inches

Willowbrook – 7 inches

Grundy County:

Carbon Hill – 9.8 inches

Coal City – 10.5 inches

East Brooklyn – 10.1 inches

Morris – 8.5 inches

Kane County:

St. Charles – 4 inches

Kankakee District:

Bradley – 9.5 inches

Kankakee – 9 inches

Limestone – 9.2 inches

Kendall County:

Oswego – 8.7 inches

Firewood – 6 inches

LaSalle County:

Marseilles – 8 inches

Streator – 9 inches

Utica – 6.3 inches

Will County:

Braidwood – 11 inches

Crest Hill – 11 inches

Homer Glen – 9.3 inches

Joliet – 10.2 inches

Mokena – 9.2 inches

New Lenox – 9.5 inches

Peotone – 9.3 inches

Romeoville (NWS Office) – 8.9 inches

Steger – 10 inches


Jasper County:

Remington – 8 inches

Rensselaer – 8 inches

Lake County:

Cedar Lake – 12.5 inches

Dyeing Machine – 11 inches

Schererville – 7 inches

Newton’s Particle:

Kentland – 7 inches

Morocco – 11 inches

Porter County:

Chesterton – 10 inches

Valparaiso – 10 inches

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