A jogger runs with two dogs in the snow along the north side of Lakeshore Drive in Chicago, Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. The 1.1 inches that settled on Windy City streets and sidewalks marked the latest first seasonal snowfall of at least an inch in the Midwest metropolis since at least 1884, when records were first kept, National Weather Service forecaster Matt Friedlein said. The previous record was set on Jan. 17, 1899. Friday also broke Chicago's longest streak of consecutive days without an inch of snow. The city went 335 days, or about 11 months, without at least an inch, Friedlein said. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)
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