Season’s first snowfall is record-breaking, causes slick roads

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CHICAGO — The first snowfall of the season is breaking records in Chicago.

As temperatures drop, all the snow is making for slick roads.

There was an accident involving multiple vehicles, including a semi truck, early Sunday morning on the Bishop Ford.

Authorities said a vehicle spun out and crashed into a wall at about 2:30 a.m.

This is Chicago's largest November snowfall in 120 years, second only to a 12-inch snowfall in 1895.