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Today at 4AM by Paul Dailey

1-minute forecast: Mild conditions, cooler lakeside

Today at 7AM by Demetrius Ivory
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Books close on Chicago’s cloudiest Junes on record and one of its wettest; May-level chill settles in as July 2015 opens deflecting big rains/severe weather downstate

Today at 12AM by WGN Team
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Its official – June 2015 is cloudiest ever

Yesterday at 11PM by Paul Dailey
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What is an “air mass”?

Yesterday at 11PM by WGN Team
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Alaska and Canada are burning and the smoke’s filling Lower 48 skies; 1.4 million acres have burn in Alaska alone, a pace beyond the record 2004 fire season

Yesterday at 10PM by Tom Skilling

Closing the books on a gloomy June

Yesterday at 10PM by Tom Skilling

Cooler weather ushers in holiday weekend

Yesterday at 6PM by Tom Skilling

Chicago area Hydrologic river stages/flood forecasts

Yesterday at 12PM by Paul Dailey

1-minute forecast: Warm temps, spotty showers expected

Yesterday at 7AM by Paul Konrad
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Large portion of southeastern and eastern United States under a Slight to Marginal Risk of Severe thunderstorms today and tonight – southern and easternmost portions of the Chicago area under Marginal Risk

Yesterday at 4AM by Paul Dailey

Patchy dense fog could develop in portions of the Chicago area early this Tuesday morning

Yesterday at 3AM by Paul Dailey
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June, 2015 one for the record books

Yesterday at 12AM by Paul Dailey
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Monday p.m. t-storms produce a few cold air funnels; June 2015’s drenching rains push monthly tallies to historic levels

Yesterday at 12AM by WGN Team
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Stonehenge, Manhattanhenge and– Chicagohenge?

Yesterday at 12AM by WGN Team
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