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Chicago Snow Totals

CHICAGO (CBS) — Here are snowfall totals, reported to the National Weather Service, at 4 p.m. on January 20, 2012.

The forecast calls for intense snow between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Friday. The entire fleet of Chicago’s snow plows are on the streets.

Accumulations between 4 to 8 inches are expected for most of the Chicago area, with lower totals to the south.

Location Total
O’HARE (COOK) 3.2 inches
CHICAGO (Near Midway) (COOK) 5.0 inches
ELBURN (KANE) 5.3 inches
WORTH (COOK) 4.3 inches
WOODSTOCK (MCHENRY) 3.4 inches
DES PLAINES (COOK) 5.0 inches
DUPAGE AIRPORT (DUPAGE) 4.1 inches
ORLAND HILLS (DUPAGE) 3.5 inches
BATAVIA (COOK) 4.0 inches
ROMEOVILLE (COOK) 3.0 inches
CHICAGO RIDGE (COOK) 2.5 inches
NIU (DEKALB) 3.5 inches
ELK GROVE VILLAGE (COOK) 2.0 inches
WINNEKTA (COOK) 3.0 inches
HYDE PARK (COOK) 2.5 inches
SCHAUMBURG (COOK) 3.3 inches
JOLIET (WILL) 2.3 inches
ROLLING MEADOWS (COOK) 4.0 inches
BOLINGBROOK (WILL) 4.7 inches
STREAMWOOD (COOK) 3.0 inches
HUNTLEY (MCHENRY) 3.0 inches
AURORA (DUPAGE) 4.5 inches
SOUTH BARRINGTON (COOK) 2.1 inches
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS (COOK) 2.5 inches
CAROL STREAM (DUPAGE) 3.4 inches
YORKVILLE (KENDALL) 4.5 inches
LANSING (COOK) 3.5 inches
FOX LAKE (LAKE) 2.3 inches
LISLE (DUPAGE) 3.1 inches
SCHERERVILLE, IND. (LAKE) 3.0 inches
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