The Chicago Blizzard of 1967 - chicagotribune.com
January 26, 1967. The Chicago Blizzard of 1967 Winter in Chicago has never been easy, but this one was a record-setter.
The blizzard of '67 - chicagotribune.com - Chicago Tribune ...
The all-time Chicago record snowfall was set in 1967. Over the course of 35 hours, 23 inches of snow fell on Chicago, clogging streets, shuttering ...
Big snow flashback–the blizzard of 1967 | Chicago ...
Hello, Chicago! Today, more snow, and subzero. Latest totals are 29.5 inches at O'Hare for January. That's more than January 1967 or 1999! The blizzard of 1967 is ...
Blizzard of 1967 | WOODTV.com Blogs
We remember the blizzard of ’67 very well as we were on our way home from our honeymoon on the east coast and we were stranded on the highway just east ...
Chicago Blizzard 1967 Radio Reports Part II - YouTube
This is the second of four clips of a broadcast from the 1967 Chicago blizzard. The broadcast came from WCGO and WTAS studios in Chicago Heights Illinois ...
Remembering the blizzard that hit Jan. 26, 1967 | Voices
Vehicles of all types are snarled in a traffic jam on Cermak Road on Jan. 28, 1967. | Sun-Times file photo. Cars were still buried under snow three days later.
Blizzard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A blizzard is a severe snowstorm caused by strong sustained winds of at least 56 km/h (35 mph) and lasting for a prolonged period of time – typically three hours or ...
Great Blizzard of 1888 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Great Blizzard of 1888 or Great Blizzard of '88 (March 11 – March 14, 1888) was one of the most severe recorded blizzards in the history of the United States of ...
A Retrospective View of the 2011 Blizzard
Looking at these numbers, the 1967 storm had the most snow, and the wettest/heaviest snow. It was also a very windy storm with significant drifting.
Weather Events: The Great Chicago Snow of 1967
The Great Chicago Snow of 1967. Watching the news reports of the fifteenth strong storm to hit the Victoria–Vancouver region this winter has left me with a small ...