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Groundhog Day

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  • More Flight Cancellations Thursday At Sea-Tac Due To Huge Winter Storm

    More Flight Cancellations Thursday At Sea-Tac Due To Huge Winter Storm
    Snow and ice turn streets into parking lots and force the cancellation of thousands of flights. At least two deaths are reported.its operations in Philadelphia, New York and Boston the hardest hit. The storm is causing delays and cancellations at Sea-...
  • Santorum surging in California, poll finds

     
    Rick Santorum surging in California, according to new poll. Santorum surging, close behind Romney in new California poll....
  • Local fire departments see record calls in 2011

     
    Des Plaines and Park Ridge fire officials saw a surge in emergency calls last year, making 2011 one of the busiest in the history of both …...
  • McManus: The nuclear countdown in Iran

    McManus: The nuclear countdown in Iran
    Not long ago, an astute reader noted that it has been nearly two years since I wrote in a column that "most experts now estimate that Iran needs about 18 months to complete a nuclear device and a missile to carry it." His point — that those...
  • Lehigh County Turns 200

    Lehigh County Turns 200
    Entering its third century, Lehigh County remains what it has ever been: a place of promise and paradox. The promise is in the people -- 350,000 of them, give or take, any one of whom might turn out to be the next Frank Buchman or Constantine Hering, the...
  • Readers: Hey, Tom Skilling, wasn't this supposed to be an awful winter?

    Readers: Hey, Tom Skilling, wasn't this supposed to be an awful winter?
    Isn't the weather pleasant for December? Trib Nation asked WGN Chief Meteorologist Tom Skilling about the temperate temperatures, and why the seasonal picture now seems to be shaping up so differently from October predictions of another catastrophic...
  • Year of Extreme Weather: Snowmageddon

    Year of Extreme Weather: Snowmageddon
    A year ago, the season's first dusting of snow veered east over Cape Cod and the forecasters were reassuring. Take heart, snow lovers, they said. Your day will come. It did. Over and over again, with back-breaking, bone-chilling, roof-flattening...
  • Bob's Blog

    Bob's Blog
      We LOVE Bob Vizza and we know you do too. Keep up to date as Bob shares what's going on with him...   February  28 So for the past few days Chrissy has been listening to me singing the "Alphabet Song".   You know the one pre schoolers sing.  "A B C...
  • AM Showers Tapering Off

    We're starting out with a few showers this morning, mainly in a Puget Sound Convergence Zone over Snohomish County.  We're also getting mountain snow this morning. This afternoon we should dry up and see a little sun.  High will be fairly mild, topping...
  • Another Surge of Mild Air

    Another Surge of Mild Air
    Despite a colder weekend and recent snowfall, another surge of mild air will push temperatures across the southern half of Lower Michigan into the 40s and 50s on Tuesday afternoon.  On Monday, readings hit 60 degrees as close to us as Peoria, in central...
  • Chicago basks in the 50s as January draws to a close

    Chicago basks in the 50s as January draws to a close
    A year ago, the Chicago area was bracing for a paralyzing blizzard. Today, we basked in weather just a few degrees shy of the record. By 3 p.m., the temperature was 57 at the city's official recording station at O'Hare International Airport. That's 8...
  • Some dry days ahead

    Now through mid-morning Wednesday, rainy, breezy, lots of mountain snow at pass level. Wednesday afternoon will be dry for most except the convergence zone. That area will shift south throughout the day and should be all but gone by evening. Thursday...