Jaw-dropping news from Chi-town. Huffington Post reports, "As Tuesday began in Chicago, the city entered its 282nd consecutive day without "measurable" -- a tenth of an inch or more -- snowfall for the first time since 1994."
I guess 1967 really was the "good old days," from a climate change perspective. Check out the bounteous piles of white stuff.
In fact, as evidenced by these great aerial shots, there was a great big old blizzard waaaay back in 2011, as well. It's this sort of thing that gives climate change deniers grist for their willful ignorance mill.