A snowplow camera shows cleared roads Sunday afternoon in Lake County after snow fell for much of Saturday. | Photo: Lake County Passage

After a winter storm brought snow and high winds Saturday, the National Weather Service has published snowfall levels recorded in Lake and McHenry counties.

The National Weather Service (NWS) called for 4-6 inches in most places and projected 5-8 in some areas of Lake County.

The following snowfall reports are from weather stations that send data to the NWS.

Lake County

Waukegan – 5.5 inches

Long Lake – 5 inches

Bannockburn – 4.8 inches

Highland Park – 4.4 inches

Riverwoods – 4 inches

Highwood – 4 inches

Fox Lake Hills – 3.7 inches

Barrington – 3.5 inches

Forest Lake – 3.4 inches

Hawthorn Woods – 3.2 inches

Buffalo Grove – 3.2 inches

Deerfield – 3 inches

Lindenhurst – 3 inches

Mundelein – 2.8 inches

Grandwood Park – 2.6 inches

Traffic cameras near Washington Street and White Oak in Gages Lake show snow-covered roads Saturday afternoon. | Photo: Lake County Passage

McHenry County

Woodstock – 5.4 inches

Greenwood – 4.7 inches

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Marengo – 4.5 inches

Cary – 4.3 inches

North of Harvard – 4 inches

Lakewood – 4 inches

Capron – 3.9 inches

Bull Valley – 3.9 inches

Algonquin – 3.8 inches

McHenry – 3.6 inches

A snowplow camera shows snow-covered roads Saturday afternoon in Lake County. | Photo: Lake County Passage

The NWS issued a winter storm warning Saturday at noon that expired early Sunday morning.

The warning was for Lake, McHenry, DuPage, Cook, Winnebago, Boone, Ogle, Lee, DeKalb, Kane, LaSalle, Kendall, Grundy and Will counties.

Snow, heavy at times, fell in much of the Chicago area Saturday afternoon into the evening.

Travel was hazardous and numerous vehicle crashes were reported.

The Lake County Division of Transportation (LCDOT) said Saturday afternoon that their snowplow drivers were “working hard to keep up with the continuous snowfall.”