Dec 28th Snowfall Summary

A fast moving low pressure system brought accumulating snowfall to much of northern Illinois and portions of northwest Indiana. The heaviest snow fell near the Wisconsin border, with significantly lighter amounts farther southward where snow mixed with and in some cases became all rain.

Snowfall map

The National Weather Service would like to thank the many observers who provided the following snowfall reports from the December 28th snowstorm:

Location

Snowfall Total

Polo

 6.5"

South Beliot (3SE)

 6.4"

Winnebago (2N - WREX-TV)

 6.0"

Roscoe (1.6 ESE)

 5.8"

Rockford (SE)

 5.5"

WoodStock

 5.2"

Rockford Airport (Official)

 5.2"

Bull Valley

 5.0"

Marengo

 4.7"

Dixon (East Side)

 4.6"

Crystal Lake

 4.5"

Bull Valley (3WNW)

 4.5"

Mundelein

 4.3"

Beach Park

 4.1"

DeKalb

 3.9"

Huntley

 3.2"

Bartlett

 3.2"

Grayslake

 3.1"

Batavia

 3.0"

Mendota

 3.0"

Elk Grove Village

 2.9"

Mendota

 2.8"

Batavia

 2.5"

Downers Grove

 2.5"

Lisbon

 2.5"

Naperville

 2.4"

Midway Airport (3SW)

 2.4"

Oak Brook

 2.4"

Northbrook

 2.3"

Oak Lawn

 2.3"

Chicago (S. Karlov & 132nd)

 2.3"

Chicago O’hare (Official)

 2.2"

Plainfield (4SW)

 2.2"

LaGrange

 2.0"

Wheeling

 2.0"

Westmont

 2.0"

Lisle

 2.0"

Chicago (Madison & Loomis)

 2.0"

Plainfield

 1.9’

Park Ridge

 1.9"

Tinley Park

 1.9"

Romeoville (WFO LOT)

 1.7"

Schaumburg

 1.7"

Peotone

 1.5"

Joliet

 1.4"

Chicago (Harlem & Devon)

 1.4"

Channahon

 1.3"

Beecher

 1.3"

Kankakee

 1.0"

Bourbonnais

 0.5"

   
Northwest Indiana Reports  
Chesterton

1.0"

Valparaiso (3SE)

0.7"

Highland

0.6"

Schererville

0.3"



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