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Severe weather update for Chicago, NFL week 11: More storms …

17 November 2013 | 7:19 pm Radar show storms moving through Chicago as of 1 p.m. CT and another round of storms is on its way. http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2013/11/17/5114808/severe-weather-update-for-chicago-nfl-week-11-more-storms-moving

Chicago Bears-Baltimore Ravens game delayed by inclement weather

17 November 2013 | 7:15 pm UPDATE (2:40 p.m. ET): Perhaps not surprisingly, field conditions reportedly are a "major concern" with the heavy amount of rain that has fallen. Also, the game's start time has been pushed back again, to at least 3:35 p.m. ET. http://nfl.si.com/2013/11/17/chicago-bears-baltimore-ravens-weather-delay/

Bears vs. Ravens weather report: Soldier Field evacuated, Chicago …

17 November 2013 | 6:44 pm Sunday's game between the Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens has been delayed due to weather. http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2013/11/17/5114726/bears-ravens-weather-tornado-warning-evacuation

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10 Responses to Chicago Weather

  • Madison says:

    I’m Going To Chicago In A Week And Don’t Know Exactly What To Pack? I know it’s cold. Like 30 degrees cold, and windy probably. But I don’t know if it’s humid there and I know that makes it colder. Also, I’m from southern Arizona and don’t exactly know how to dress for actual cold weather in the first place. Any advice on anything that I can and/or should bring would be wonderful. Knowing how to dress would make my trip much more enjoyable.

  • Babs0119 says:

    Am I Sick Or Possibly Pregnant? I got my period the week of October 22nd. It ended Friday the 25th. That night I had sexual intercourse where he finished inside me. Twice. Then Saturday night, the 26th we had sex again and he finished inside me twice again. Sunday the 27th he only finished once. Then came Tuesday, the 29th, I got a horrible UTI. As soon as I started taking the medicine, I noticed signs of the flu. I figured no big deal, they aren’t severe. Wednesday too he finished inside me again. Anyways. Here’s my question, today, November 12, I’m deathly sick. I feel very disoriented, nauseous, dizzy, my body is sore and my throat is scratchy. What’s wrong with me? I haven’t been outside much so the Chicago cold weather can’t be it and I’m healthy. Is it from the medication? Or does it have to do with the fact he finished in me and I might be pregnant? Obviously, we didnt have sex during my ovulation which is the 2nd to the 7th of November. Can someone help me):

  • Why Do Homeless People Refuse To Relocate? I live in Chicago, and every winter, I see homeless people on overpasses, a few intersections, and such, asking for food, money, and what not. But from my point of view, what they really need is warmth first. As a guy who studies a lot of geography, I have learned that Chicago’s area rivers, especially the Des Plaines River, the DuPage River, the Fox River, Salt Creek, and such, all are part of the Mississippi River basin. They eventually merge and become the Illinois River, which empties into the Mississippi River, which drains into the Gulf of Mexico. Additionally, a lot of people raft rivers like that all the time. In the early days, before streamlined hulls and mechanical propulsion were invented, people used to tie logs together to make a raft, which made an excellent vessel/floating platform for those days.

    I am very surprised that seemingly so few if any at all homeless people in Chicago, especially those with no place at all to go, have likely ever thought of tying a few logs together (with either vines, discarded fabric type items, etc) and riding the Des Plaines River into the Illinois and then Mississippi Rivers to escape Chicago’s long, cold, and brutal winters. Especially even with some really nice warm weather cities at the bottom of the Mississippi, like New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and such. Why exactly is that?
    I don’t mean to be selfish at all. What I mean is for their comfort and convenience, so they (the homeless people) don’t have to suffer through winter’s cold and brutal freeze. And it isn’t just Chicagoland homeless people who have an easy way out of winter’s brutal freeze, it’s also homeless people in Minneapolis, Denver, and in fact most of the states of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, the Dakotas, Wyoming, Wisconsin, Colorado, Montana, and such. Homeless people in those states also need warmth to live, and the Mississippi River basin will easily get them there.

  • Greg says:

    Chicago Winter Weather? When exactly did it start and stop snowing in Chicago last year (winter ’12 – ’13)? I would like to know so I know when the latest I can visit. I have never seen snow before so I would love to also know when exactly the best time for me to visit would be.

    Thank you.

  • Sally says:

    Please Help Me For English Class! I Beg You! Answer The Questions A And B Please!? Name of the Novel -> Fair Weather by Richard Peck

    Summary of the book ->
    Rosie Beckett lives a simple life on her family’s farm in Illinois with her parents, sister
    Lottie, brother Buster, and Grandad Fuller. One day a letter from their Aunt Euterpe in
    Chicago arrives, inviting the Becketts to visit Chicago to see the World’s Columbian
    Exposition of 1893. To the Beckett children, for whom a trip to town in a horse-drawn
    wagon is quite exciting, a train ride to Chicago to see the famous World’s Fair promises
    to be the biggest adventure of their lives. The Beckett clan is awed and thrilled by the big
    city: They see skyscrapers, ride on a Ferris wheel, meet Buffalo Bill, and watch “moving
    pictures” for the first time. In Chicago, the lives of Rosie, Lottie, Buster, and Grandad
    (who surprised the children by joining them) are enlivened forever as they experience the
    fair and city life for the first time. For lonely, widowed Euterpe the boisterous presence
    of her relatives turns her life upside down and encourages her to put away her mourning
    clothes and make new friends.

    a) What is the theme of this story?
    b) Why does the story fit the title?

  • Diamonddude says:

    NYC January Vacation? No I’m not crazy. I was originally gonna go to Chicago but chose NYC instead. I’m from LA and have always wanted to be in cold weather to see what it’s really like.

    Anyways… I’m gonna go the 3rd week of January and wanted to get some suggestions on where to go sightseeing. Are any places closed due to the cold weather? I’m staying by little Italy and will probably be traveling by subway.

    All suggestions welcomed! Thanks!!!

    • Curator says:

      You can walk walk so certain places by walk or subway.

      1. Walk on Brooklyn Bridge
      2. Shop in China Town
      3. Dine in Little Italy
      4. Bike on Williamsburg Bridge
      5. Grab a few drinks at South Sea Port
      6. Over look from the Top of the Rock.
      7. Visit The Empire State Building
      8. Watch a Broadway Show
      9. Goto Central Park
      10. Visit Museums.

      and on…

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  • Who’s Excited For Christmas? I don’t care if it’s too early. I’m seeing Christmas commercials left and right and some places in my town even decorated already. I wasn’t able to enjoy last Christmas because my step dad’s father passed away so we were mourning during the holidays. We didn’t decorate, but we had family over and that’s good enough. But this year I’m hoping it will be amazing. The weather here (Chicago) already is favoring above average snow so, fingers crossed, I hope we have a white Christmas. Enough about me, tell me, are you excited for Christmas? What do you look forward to this year? Please don’t comment on this thread if you want to talk down about those who celebrate Christmas.

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