CHICAGO (CBS)– After Saturday’s springtime snow storm, some areas got more than 5 inches inches of snow.

This was the latest accumulating snow since May 6, 1989, according to the National Weather Service.

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Here are the Chicago area snow totals from the past 24 hours:

Arlington Heights: 3.5 inches

Belvidere: 5.5 inches

Chicago (Midway): 1.7 inches

Chicago (O’Hare): 2.5 inches

Crystal Lake: 2.8 inches

Des Plaines: 2 inches

DeKalb: 2.3 inches

Downers Grove: 1 inch

Elgin: 3.4 inches

Elk Grove Village: 3.5 inches

Freeport: 3.3 inches

Highwood: 2.8 inches

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Libertyville: 3.1 inches

Northbrook: 3.9 inches

Palatine: 2 inches

Prospect Heights: 1.8 inches

Rockford (Airport): 3.7 inches

Romeoville: 0.4 inches

Round Lake: 3.3 inches

Schaumburg: 2 inches

St. Charles: 5.8 inches

Woodstock: 3.5 inches

Credit: The National Weather Service




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