What difference a week makes in terms of snow for Chicago.
Since January 29th, Chicago has received 21.3 inces of snow. That's the 8th snowiest 7 day period for Chicago on record.
Prior to January 29th, Chicago had received 15.4 inches of snow.
We've seen a total of 36.7 inches of snow this season which is exactly the amount of total snowfall Chicago normally sees for an entire season.
The total snowfall for this February is 19.9 inches making it the 10th snowiest February on record for Chicago and we're only 4 days in. The 19.9 inches is 0.3 inches higher than the total snowfall for last February.
The snowiest February on record is 29.0 inches set back in 2011.
Not much snow is in the forecast over the next 7 days with temperatures at or above normal beginning this Friday through the middle of next week.