Total Snowfall in Chicago: How much snow is there in your area? Tracking the accumulation here


Region-wide winter weather reports show the Chicago area looking like a typical January, with widespread snow during the morning commute.

The advisory, which went into effect at midnight, will be extended in some areas until Wednesday night, according to the National Weather Service. And while the strongest, most stable impact of the snow is expected through Wednesday’s lunch break, with snow lingering on Thursday and additional winter systems on Friday and Saturday likely to push up snow totals, the week’s Further accumulation is expected through the weekend.

According to the NBC 5 Storm Team, the largest snowpacks are likely to occur around Lake Michigan and northern Indiana from Wednesday through Thursday, with Cook, DuPage, Kendall, Will, Kankakee and Grundy counties Expect 2 to 4 inches of snow. Illinois.

In Lake County, northern Illinois, these totals can be slightly lower, with predictive models showing up to 2 inches.

However, in Indiana’s Lake, Porter, Newtown, and Jasper counties, these sums are likely to be higher, with 4 to 5 inches of deposition possible.

Additionally, persistent showers, especially in northwestern Indiana, could increase build-up by the end of Thursday.

Snow is expected to significantly affect Chicago’s northern and western suburbs Saturday and Sunday, but the course of the storm could change in the coming days as more data is added to the NBC 5 Storm Team’s forecasts. There is a nature.

As things stand, forecast models could add an additional 2 to 4 inches of snow by Sunday night, with the heaviest potential snowfall north of Interstate 80.

Here’s the current amount of snow in the Chicago area

  • Bannockburn: 2.3 inches
  • Barrington: 2 inches
  • Bloomingdale: 2.5 inches
  • Boulder Hill: 4 inches
  • Bull Valley: 2 inches
  • Crown Point (Indiana): 2.1 inch
  • Evanston: 2 inches
  • Frankfort: 2.7 inch
  • Lake Zurich: 1.3 inches
  • McHenry: 2 inches
  • Mandelaine: 1.6 inch
  • Morris: 3.4 inches
  • Naperville: 3 inches
  • New Lenox: 3 inch
  • O’Hare Airport: 3.5 inches
  • Orlando Hills: 1.8 inches
  • Plainfield: 4 inches
  • Roselawn, Indiana: 4 inches
  • Remington (Indiana) 1.5 inch
  • Schaumburg: 3.4 inches

This data comes from the NBC 5 Storm Team and the National Weather Service and was last updated at 12:15 PM Wednesday. This story will be updated as more snow totals become available.


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Written by Natalia Chi

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