Chicago’s Snowless Record Could Be Broken After 18 Years


As of Sunday, the city is poised to break an 18-year record for most consecutive days without “measurable” snowfall, according to the National Weather Service. 1994 set the record with 280 days between measurable snowfalls, reports the Tribune. To break the record in 2012, Chicago will have to remain snowless until Monday. From the looks of it they will break that record.