It’s the Windy City’s biggest November snowfall in 40 years, and it’s led to major headaches for air travelers this weekend, including a major sports team.
Chicago, Illinois had officially recorded 7.1″ of snowfall as of noon CST on Saturday, already making the combined Friday and Saturday snowstorm as the city’s fourth-biggest November snowstorm on record. Over 250 flights had been cancelled at O’Hare as of Saturday morning due to the snow, according to the Chicago Sun-Times, and the Denver Broncos’ team plane was forced to circle for nearly an hour waiting for the snow to clear in order to land. The Broncos take on the Chicago Bears in Chicago on Sunday.
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