Chicago Blizzard of 1967?


The Chicago Blizzard of 1967 was a recorded setting blizzard. It snowed a total of 23 inches by the time it was all said and done. The blizzard started on January 26, 1967 and ended on January 27, 1967. The city and suburbs of Chicago were covered in snow. There were multitudes of people stranded in schools, business offices, and other buildings during this record snowstorm. There were over 50,000 vehicles that were left unattended because of the snow.
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Greatest snowfall from a storm - 23.0 inches (58.4 cm) 26-27 January 1967. Snowfall in a calendar day - 16.4 inches (41.7 cm) on 26 January 1967. Snowfall in a 24 hour period - 19.8
Don Kessinger was the 1967 shortstop for the Chicago Cubs.
That was the Blizzard of 1979, which occurred during July 12-14. 20.3 inches of snow fell, which was compounded by 7 to 10 inches of snow already on the ground. Source(s)
The Blizzard of 79 started Jan 12 &d lasted until 2 am Jan 14. On top of 7-10 inches left over from New Year's Eve, 20.3 inches of new snow fell! It's a record! report this answer
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