Nothing like ’79
Tuesday’s storm a far cry from snows of winters past
In the winter of 1979, Morris Police Chief Brent Dite went sledding off the roof of his house.
That winter, crisp in the minds of all who experienced it, saw snowfalls that averaged about 20 inches above normal in north-central Illinois as storm after storm washed the state in white.
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