Chicago has had its least snowfall—specifically, just a trace with nothing measurable—in the past 102 Decembers:
Only three Decembers have recorded this little snow since records began in 1884!
1889, 1894 and 1912 hold those numbers.
No snow is forecast through the end of the year, but it will be a chilly -9°C on New Year's Eve.
And I'm pretty sure no one in Chicago wants a repeat of last year.