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Mild rainy Sunday followed by another cool-down

Today at 8PM by Paul Dailey
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Mild, rainy Sunday—some stats from Thanksgivings past

Today at 8PM by WGN Team
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Why does Buffalo, NY get so much lake-effect snow while areas near Lake Michigan never get that much?

Today at 7PM by WGN Team

7-day forecast: Chilly temps next week, possible snow

Today at 6PM by Jim Ramsey

Forecast: 2 chances upcoming for accumulating snow

Today at 6PM by Jim Ramsey

7-day forecast: Mild weekend, temps to drop again by end of next week

Today at 12PM by Mike Hamernik
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7AM: Roads & sidewalks remain icy in spots; Freezing rain advisory until 9AM

Today at 7AM by Mike Hamernik
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Biggest Nov warm-up in 9 years helping fuel intensifying

Yesterday at 11PM by WGN Team
While birding at Lake Sedgewick in Orland Park, IL at 4:57 pm, I observed a large swan soaring overhead. I was able to capture a sequence of shots as it landed on the lake. Trumpeters are uncommon in IL, although they were once part of our natural landscape. The swan had a yellow band around its neck with the black code 94 U. This code designates it as a Trumpeter. I have reported it to USGS, the Trumpeter Swan Society, and Cornell Lab of Ornithology. All of these agencies track the migratory patterns of this and many other species of birds.

Early glazing disappears as warming begins

Yesterday at 10PM by Paul Dailey
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Tell us about Buffalo’s monster snow season in the mid-1970s

Yesterday at 8PM by Tom Skilling

Cold returns after mild, wet weekend

Yesterday at 6PM by Tom Skilling

1-minute forecast: Light freezing rain possible tonight

Yesterday at 1PM by Tom Skilling

Forecast: Freezing rain advisory tonight

Yesterday at 1PM by Tom Skilling

Weather Radar mosaic – scattered rain showers/bulk of rain moving off to the northeast

Yesterday at 10AM by Paul Dailey

1-minute forecast: Cold temps, freezing rain expected tonight

Yesterday at 6AM by Paul Konrad
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