Interactive Map: Weekend snowfall

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It started snowing Saturday afternoon and it doesn’t seem like it’s stopped. Some parts of the Chicago area had more than 7 inches of new snow on the ground Sunday morning while other places got by with less than 2 inches.

The National Weather Service reports snowfall totals each morning based on observations taken about 7 a.m. This report covers the largest number of points across the area.

Hover your cursor over a snowfall range in the legend and markers for those places will be circled. Or click on a marker to see the snowfall measurement, in inches, for that specific place.

Keep up with the latest weather information at and the weather forecast and radar.

If you need a place to get warm, here’s a map of warming centers.

And read and see what others are posting about #ChiBeria on our live blog.

Photo: Wendy Potter clears her Hazel Crest driveway Sunday morning using the “push and kick method,” which she says saves her back | By Donna Vickroy/Sun-Times Media

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