CHICAGO (CBS) — This latest snow/blizzard has become one of the heaviest November storms in Chicago history.

As of 6 a.m., 7.4 inches was recorded at O’Hare, making this storm the fifth biggest in November. Snow was still falling, so that total could rise.

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This biggest ever fell on this date, 123 years ago!

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Here are the five biggest, two day snowfalls in November, according to the National Weather Service.

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November 25-26, 1895: 12.0 inches
November 20-21 2015, 11.2 inches
November 6-7 1951, 9.3 inches
November 25-26 1975, 8.9 inches
November 25-26, 7.4 inches