Chicago snowless record could be broken after 18 years

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Chicago is poised to break an 18-year-old record for the amount of snow that hasn’t fallen.

So far this year, there have been 280 days without snow accumulation.

The number of snow-less days ties the record set in 1994.

If no snow falls Monday, Chicago will set a new record.

There have been traces of snowfall in suburban areas, but not enough to be considered measurable snow.

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