It’s official: Chicago ties record with 9 consecutive days of measurable snowfall

WGN-TV | 2/11/2018 | Steve Kahn
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CHICAGO — Chicago logged a record-tying ninth consecutive day with measurable snowfall on Sunday, equaling similar nine-day runs from Jan. 29-Feb. 6, 1902 and Jan. 6-14, 2009. Measurable snow has now been logged daily from February 3-11.

No snow is expected Monday, so the record should not be broken.

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The past week has watched as the snowfall deficit has been overtaken by a surplus for the 2017-18 snow season. The final tallies of our latest round of snow, which Frank Wachowski says started at Midway Airport at 10:35 p.m. Saturday, generated accumulations of 4.1" at O'Hare, 4.0" at Midway, 3.9" in Romeoville and 5" in Aurora.

The past nine days have also completely...
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