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Nicor Gas: Record-Breaking Cold Weather Included Record-Breaking Gas Delivery in a Single Day in Northern Illinois

During the record-breaking cold weather in the Midwest last week, Nicor Gas broke some of its own records, delivering the most natural gas in a single day. Nicor Gas delivered more than 4.8 billion cubic feet of natural gas to its 2.2 million customers throughout northern Illinois. This is the single largest delivery of natural […]

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Arlington Heights Memorial Library Closing Wednesday January 30, 2019 Due To Record Cold Forecast

The Arlington Heights Memorial Library will be closed on Wednesday, January 30, 2019 due to extreme weather. Any items due this day will have fines waived. Additional changes in service include: Tuesday, January 29 Library open 9:00 a.m. – 10 p.m. Bookmobile service suspended- no service Drive-up will be closed 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. […]

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Arlington Heights Garbage Collection Cancelled Wednesday January 30, 2019 Due to Weather: LO/HI Forecast: -21°F/-13°F

Due to a record cold temperature forecast, Groot — the dedicated refuse service for Arlington Heights — will not provide garbage/recycling pickup on Wednesday, January 30, 2019. Refuse & recycling collection services in the Village of Arlington Heights will be delayed by one day. Groot is concerned with safety of workers and protection of equipment […]

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Record Low for High Temperature Broken for January 1 on Monday January 1, 2018

While Chicagoland was hit with -10 to -20-degree temperatures and -35 to -40-degree wind chills, the regular daily warm up to the high temperature for the day was the record breaker. The official afternoon high temperature at O’Hare was only 1°F, which is the coldest high temperature recorded for a January 1 in Chicago dating […]

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February 19 Rough Weather Day for 2 Consecutive Years in Arlington Heights

Do you remember February 19 last year? The record low for Chicago was broken on February 19, 2015 at 6:51 a.m. The previous record low was -7°F in 1936. The wind chill was a dangerous -27°F or -28°F from about 1:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. VIDEO: Fireground scene at destructive house fire on North Kaspar […]

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Wednesday’s High of 47°F Was a Record Cold Temperature for May 20

Wednesday’s high of 47°F broke the record for the lowest daily high for May 20. The previous record as 51°F (2002). The cold high was only the sixth time since 1906 that a high temperature hits cold was observed this far into the spring season. The last time it was this cold in May was […]

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New Record Low of -8°F at NWS Official O’Hare Site for February 19, 2015

TODAY SUNRISE: 6:42 AM SUNSET: 5:29 PM WIND CHILL ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON CST TODAY A WIND CHILL ADVISORY MEANS THAT THE WIND WILL COMBINE WITH THE VERY COLD AIR TO GENERATE LOW WIND CHILLS. THIS WILL RESULT IN FROST BITE AND LEAD TO HYPOTHERMIA IF PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT TAKEN. IF YOU MUST […]

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High Only 66°F, Breezy NW Winds Late Morning and Early Afternoon

A low pressure center over eastern Lake Superior is spinning some precipitation over our area, but the amounts are very small and dissipating. Precipitation any more than a sprinkle is unlikely. The big weather news involves cold temperatures for July combined with breezy chilly winds up to 20 mph gusts from the northwest. Friday/Saturday and […]

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Snow Cover Drops to 8 Inches, Temps Stay Well Above Freezing Overnight

Temperatures hovered around 40°F most of the night with steady winds holding above 15 mph and gusting 25 mph to 38 mph. Weather conditions are good for rapid melting of snow with high winds increasing the sublimation of the snow. Sublimation involves the direct conversion of water from the solid state (snow) to water vapor […]

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No Record Cold Chicago — Weather Rejoice! The Temperature Did Not Fall to Freezing Point Overnight, 40’s Predicted Today

Last night was the first time in 2011 that the official temperature did not fall below freezing at Chicago Executive Airport in Wheeling/Prospect Heights. Chicago’s official temperature at O’Hare did reach 32°F at 4:51 a.m. today. The last day that did not reach freezing at Chicago Executive Airport was New Year’s Eve when the low […]

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What Does it Take to Get a Wind Chill Warning? Chicago’s All-Time Record Low

A Wind Chill Advisory is announced when “Dangerous wind chills of -20°F to -30°F. A Wind Chill Warning is announced when Extreme wind chills of -30°F or colder. The average low for today’s date in Chicago is 14°F and the average high for this date is 29°F. Even though the days are getting longer and […]

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