Bragging rights? If you insist. The final snow fall totals from the Sunday/Monday/Tuesday snow event are in.

Yes, the sun finally made it out on Tuesday and what was left from the late weekend/early week Clipper weather system that dumped more snow than expected.  Typically these Clipper systems, as they are called in meteorological world, move through quickly and leave anywhere from one to two inches of snow. However, the Stateline got more than it's fair share from this weather event. In fact, for most towns, it is the largest snow event of the 2017-2018 winter, so far.

So, who came out on top? According to official totals from the National Weather Service, DeKalb was #1 in the Stateline, where the official snow measurement came in at 6.6 inches.

Here is the 10

1. DeKalb 6.6"
2. Genoa 6.2"
3. Machesney Park 5.8"
4. Roscoe 5.6"
5. Rockford (NE Side) 5.5"
6. Wonder Lake 5.4"
7. Rockford (NW side) 5.2"
8. Crystal Lake 5.0"
9. Belvidere 4.7"
10. Byron 4.5"

National Weather Service

Other notable official readings:

  • Dixon 4.2"
  • Capron 3.7"
  • Rochelle 3.1"
  • Paw Paw 3.0"

It should be noted that official amounts are not recorded for every town. See the official National Weather Service list HERE. Feel free to comment below with your measurements for your town.

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