Gallery: Chicago Breaks 72 Year Record With 320 Consecutive Snowless Da...


It has been 320 days since there has been a measurable snowfall in Chicago, setting a new weather record for the midwestern city. The total snowfall amounted to only 1.3 inches as of Sunday, significantly less than the 11.5 inches Chicago winters usually produce by this time of year. The previous record of 320 consecutive snowless days had stood for 72 years, since 1940.

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