Chicago's snowfall (or lack thereof) poised to break snowless record1/9/2013
If weather forecasts hold true, less than an inch of snow will fall on Chicago on Wednesday — which will break a record for lack of snowfall that's stood for more than 70 years. It will be the city's 320th day with less than an inch of snow, the longest Chicago has gone with hardly any of the cold white stuff since the winter of 1939-1940. Thanks to a split jet stream that's diverted storm systems around the city, a mere 1.3 inches of snow has fallen there so far this winter. It's probably just a coincidence that the new record coincides with the hottest ever year in the U.S., right? [Source]
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