Archive for August 9th, 2009

>Powerful thunderstorms to Chicago’s west, likely to halt heating

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>Powerful thunderstorms to Chicago’s west, likely to halt heating

> Image source http://www.wgntv.com/weather/ The towering line of cumululonimbus on the western horizon of Chicago will likely stop Chicago from getting into the mid-90s like first thought. These storms that will cause damage, hail, flooding rains or at least torrential rains is likely either halting heating over Chicago since high level clouds roll in or […]

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>95 for Chicago today, 100 tomorrow in Washington DC?

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>95 for Chicago today, 100 tomorrow in Washington DC?

> All images courtesy of The Weather Channel Maps. Finally, the Northeast can enjoy some true summertime heat after a cool summer which has brought poor beach attendance and less golfers onto the course because of rainy days. The core of the heat which was centered over Texas and Oklahoma the past several days has […]

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