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.

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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.

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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.

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There is a chance for snow on Thursday.