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 Percent of normal accumulated snowfall for December
Snowfall during December was a small fraction of what normally is observed. The map above shows the percent of normal accumulated snowfall. Snowfall was less than 25% of normal across the area, and some locations only saw flurries occur.
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2014 Event Summaries:
Jan 4-5 -- Winter Storm
Jan 6-7 -- Bitter Cold Wind Chills
Feb 17 -- Ice, Snow and Snow Rollers
Feb 20 -- Tornado Outbreak
2013-14 Snowy & Bitter Cold Winter
May 21 -- Hail & Flooding East Central IL
May 28 -- Landspout Tornadoes
Oct 13 -- Shelby/Macon Co. Tornadoes

Illinois Weather Trivia
1/27/1967
Heavy snow fell across the nation's midsection. A two-day storm in Illinois produced 10 inches or more of snow, north of a Quincy to Bloomington line, while major ice accumulation was noted elsewhere across central Illinois. The Chicago metropolitan areas received the brunt of the heavy snow, where up to 20 inches occurred in the southern metro area. Travel was greatly crippled for a few days. Over 50 deaths were indirectly related to the storm.
For more weather history, visit our Illinois Weather Trivia page!


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