Snowfall reaches 1 foot in hardest hit areas north of the city

The snow continues to pile up..

Winthrop Harbor 12.0 inches

Gurnee 12.0 inches

Antioch 11.0 inches

Libertyville 11.3 inches

Barrington 10.5 inches

Lake Forest 9.0 inches

Lombard 6.0 inches

Beach Park 9.8 inches.

Arlington Heights 11.8 inches

Cary 8.2 inches

Mundelein 8.8 inches

Elgin 6.8 inches

Lesser amounts south 

Downers Grove 4.2 inches

Oak Lawn 2.5 inches

LaGrange Park 2.3 inches

Crest Hill 1.2 inches

5 thoughts on “Snowfall reaches 1 foot in hardest hit areas north of the city

  1. How about Evanston? You don’t mention it very often, and I’d like to know, since I live here…or even Skokie, Wilmette, Lincolnwood or Winnetka.

  2. How about the city? NO ONE EVER tells us how much snow we get in the city. Thousands of people live here and need to know, especially for the public transportation situation. But all we ever get are the suburbs. Can you please give me a web site where I can find out how much snow has fallen in the city???

  3. Yeah, why are O’hare and Midway almost never on these lists? Surely the weather stations there release the snow totals on a regular basis…

    • How about the City itself? Can’t find accumulation reports anywhere, even though the city has thousands of pedestrians and users of public transportation.

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