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Chicago Blizzard (2011)

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  • Blizzards Often Precipitate White Sale for Car Shoppers

     
    Weather statisticians are now finding Nemo didn't wind up ranking among the worst winter storms in history. That's cold comfort for residents of, say, Portland, Maine, still thawing out from the weekend blizzard that dumped as much as 32 inches...
  • Milder temperatures headed our way

    Milder temperatures headed our way
    Snow and sleet-weary residents of the Chicago area will get a brief reprieve from the slick, slushy weather with milder temperatures expected to roll in starting today. While February brought record-level snowfall highlighted by the Blizzard of 2011,...

    Snowed Under: The story of the 2011 Blizzard

    Snowed Under: The story of the 2011 Blizzard
    By Tom Skilling We’ve survived some horrendous snowstorms in Chicago over the years but in terms of wind, severity and duration of visibility reduction, the intensity of the thunderstorms embedded within it and the sheer expanse of the storm (it...

    Chicago Forward: Health Care

    Chicago Forward: Health Care
    The Chicago Tribune's Chicago Forward public policy forums have looked at Education and the Economy in Recovery. Focus now turns to Health Care in Chicago. Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Eric Whitaker and Donna Thompson will comprise the panel at our third panel...

    Blizzard of 2011: 3rd snowiest

    Blizzard of 2011: 3rd snowiest
    The snowstorm that battered the area looks to be the 3rd biggest on record in Chicago. As of noon 20.2 inches of snow was recorded at O'Hare International Airport, putting the storm ahead of the infamous storm of January 1979 that left 18.8 inches and...