Chicago Area to Tie Record for Lack of Snow
In Chicago, 319 days have passed without an inch of snowfall.
Chicago's lack of snowfall is set to tie a record set in 1940.
Three hundred and nineteen days have passed without an inch of snow falling in Chicago, according to the Chicago Tribune. With warm temperatures forecast for the rest of the week, Chicago will most likely break that record.
Temperatures have also been warmer, according to the Trib. The lowest degree recorded so far this winter is 10 degrees above zero.
Colder temperatures are projected for late Saturday and Sunday.