It’s not winter, but the snow is falling – Chicago Tribune


Good afternoon, Chicago.

It may not officially be winter yet, but the snow is falling anyway.

The first official snowflakes were recorded at O’Hare International Airport last month, but many city residents awoke to snow on grassy areas and rooftops for the first time this morning. Drivers should continue to expect slushy accumulations for the afternoon commute.

Here’s when Chicago received its first snow of the fall season, going back more than 135 years.

Here’s what else is happening today. And remember, for the latest breaking news in Chicago, visit chicagotribune.com/breaking and sign up to get our alerts on all your devices.

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