Another ‘No Snow’ Record Set For Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) — Monday marks another milestone for no snow in Chicago.

With now snow in sight, Chicago set a new record for the latest date of measurable snowfall.

Previously, the latest date Chicago has ever received measurable snowfall was 0.3 inches recorded on Dec. 16, 1965, said National Weather Service meteorologist Mark Ratzer.

The earliest-recorded measurable snowfall for Chicago was Oct. 12, 2006, Ratzer said.

Last week, Chicago set a record for consecutive days without snow in a season.

There is a chance for snow on Thursday.


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