CHICAGO (CBS) — While downtown got no accumulating show, the suburbs did have a bit of shoveling to contend with on Saturday.

The heaviest snowfall came up in Rockford, which reported six inches.  Most areas closer to Chicago saw one to three inches fall.

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Officially, O’Hare International Airport measured a trace of snow, 0.2 inches.

Here is a roundup of snow totals from the National Weather Service

Rockford 6 inches

Winnebago 5.1 inches

Riverwoods 2 inches

Elburn  2.5 inches

Mendota 3 inches

Woodstock 3 inches

Schaumburg 1 inch

Steward 4 inches

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Highwood 1.2 inches

Lakewood 1.2 inches

Palatine 1.4 inches

Batavia 1.7 inches

Hawthorn Woods 1.8 inches

Geneva 1.9 inches

Batavia 1.7 inches

Lindenhurst 2.4 inches

Dixon 2.8 inches

Bull Valley 3 inches

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O’Hare 0.2 inches