Chicago Blizzard of 1967: Part 1


The massive 2011 snowstorm has sparked comparisons to what many remember as the greatest storm of all: the famed blizzard of 1967.

It snowed for 29 straight hours starting Jan. 26, 1967.

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When it was all over, Chicago had 23 inches of snow on the ground, and drifts of more than 6 feet. For the most part, the city came to a complete standstill.

Here’s the late John Callaway with part 1 of our remembrance.

Watch part 2 here.


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