- For the first time in almost 150 years, Chicago had no snow throughout the months of January and February, NBC reported.
- According to the National Weather Service, Chicago has received annual snowfall levels, in inches, deep in the double digits almost every year since record-keeping began.
- WGN-TV meteorologist Tom Skilling told the Chicago Tribune that it’s the result of rapidly increasing climate change that could pave the
way to monstrous snow storms in March and
- “This is occurring against a backdrop of a changing climate,”
Skilling told the Tribune. Read more (3/1/17 9:07 AM)