Another round of snow will move through the Chicago region Monday morning.

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect Monday from 5a.m.-3p.m. for most Chicagoland counties, as 1-3 inches of snow should fall.

Snow will cause slippery roadways, likely bringing hazardous travel to Chicagoans’ morning commute.

Several Cook County neighborhoods accumulated close to 5 inches in snowfall on Saturday night into the Sunday morning.

The highest snowfall totals from northeast Illinois were Northside’s Rogers Park and West Ridge, each registering 4’8″ inches.

Snowfall totals in Northwest Indiana overnight peaked at 6’5″ in Beverly Shores and Gary, Porter, and Lake counties, respectively.

Monday Forecast: Widespread morning snow, one to three more inches. SW winds 10-15 mph. High 30.