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Snow for Sunday Breaks Record for April 14 But Not for The Month of April at Chicago’s O’Hare Official NWS Station

Weather scenes in downtown Arlington Heights for with about 5 inches of snow in Arlington Heights. The record snowfall for April 14 was broken as the official NWS station at Chicago O’Hare reported 5.4 inches of snow, which is also the month to date accumulation. So far April 2019 ranks as gaining the 9th highest […]

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RAW VIDEO from La Crosse: While Tornados Hit Central Illinois, Snow Hit West Central Wisconsin

Residents in one Wisconsin community got a taste of winter in the spring. A storm dumped snow in the La Crosse area, causing slippery roads and numerous accidents. Severe Spring Weather and Extreme Spring Weather with Illinois and Wisconsin Compared! A record snowfall of 3.1 inches was set at La Crosse WI for the date […]

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Snow Is A Record for Today, But It’s No Record for the Latest Snow in Spring

Chicago set a record for April 18 at .6″ at O’Hare International Airport. The old record was .4″ for April 18, 1910. The latest snowfall to fall in Chicago officially is .2 inch on May 11th, 1966, but some areas of the Chicago metro area reported 2 inches of snow from strong easterly winds off […]

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Four Consecutive 50+ Inches Seasonal Snowfall is Chicago Winter Weather Record

After an average seasonal snowfall for 2010-2011, Chicago experienced a blizzard and clipper that brought the season over the 50-inch mark. The last snowfall Sunday broke a record, marking the first time Chicago has had four consecutive winters with 50 inches or more of snowfall in a season in record-keeping history. Chicago’s official 2.6 inch […]

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Ground Hog Day Blizzard: How Much Snow Do We Need to Beat a Chicago Snow Record?

Belmont Avenue in Arlington Heights immediately after the ‘Big Snow’ of 1967. RECORD SNOWFALL? There is a sentence or two in the technical discussion of the National Weather Service that has The Cardinal thinking big about records … TOTAL SNOWFALL IS CURRENTLY FORECASTED FOR THE EVENT IN EXCESS OF ONE FOOT TO SOME LOCATIONS RECEIVING […]

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What’s the Latest First Snowfall in Fall in Chicago? Did Snowfall Ever Wait Until Winter?

Weather Record: The latest first snowfall (.3 inch) to occur in a Fall season was reported on December 16th, 1965. Flurries had fallen on November 18, 1965. Can we break the record? To beat the snow record, it can’t snow in Chicago
until after December 16th. Did snowfall ever wait until winter in Chicago? No, the first snowfall would have to be after the Winter Solstice, which is about December 21st.

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Snow in Chicago in October 2009? Before Columbus Day? Break a Record for Earliest Snowfall?

Snow on the ground in Arlington Heights on October 12, 2006 — the day that holds the current record for earliest measurable snowfall in Chicagoland. If conditions are just right, Chicagoland could break or tie a record this coming weekend for the earliest snowfall. The earliest TRACE snowfall has been reported on September 25, 1928 […]

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