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  • Cloudy and cooler; slight chance for rain in Wednesday's forecast

    Cloudy and cooler; slight chance for rain in Wednesday's forecast
    It's going to be a little cooler outside Wednesday, and there's a slight chance for rain in the afternoon. The National Weather Service forecast shows a high temperature of about 47 degrees and a 20 percent chance for showers after 1 p.m. Expect...
  • IMF upgrades U.S. growth projections but downgrades global outlook

    IMF upgrades U.S. growth projections but downgrades global outlook
    The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday upgraded its economic growth forecast for the U.S. based on stronger demand fueled by lower oil prices, but the organization downgraded its global outlook because of continued fallout from the 2008 financial...
  • Cloudy and mild with isolated showers today

    Cloudy and mild with isolated showers today
    Expect lots of clouds and isolated showers today. South Florida's Tuesday forecast calls for partly sunny skies with afternoon highs in the mid 70s, evening readings in the mid 60s and a 20 percent chance of rain, mainly in the afternoon. Wednesday...
  • Annual No Pants Subway Ride is Sunday

    Annual No Pants Subway Ride is Sunday
    Every year at about this time, Justin Hardesty of Edgewater dresses in a priest costume and hops on the CTA's Red Line at the Loyola stop in Rogers Park with dozens of other riders. Somewhere on the North Side, Hardesty typically drops his pants and...
  • NASA Langley leads in Arctic sea ice research

    For 15 years now, scientists have chronicled Arctic sea ice in rapid retreat and the region's temperatures rising much faster than anywhere else on the planet. They just don't know how exactly, or why. But climate scientists at NASA Langley Research...
  • Orlando braces for I-4 ultimate makeover

    Orlando braces for I-4 ultimate makeover
    Like a winter cold front bearing down on metro Orlando, the "ultimate" makeover of Interstate 4 is about to hit. And, just like the weather, there's little motorists can do but wait for all the nastiness, or in this case, construction, to pass. The...
  • Balmy weather to extend to MLK day, temps to stay above average for week

    Balmy weather to extend to MLK day, temps to stay above average for week
    The Chicago area's balmy weekend temperatures should continue for the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, with high temperatures at or above average expected for the rest of the week. The high temperature at O'Hare International Airport hit 40...
  • Mild week for Chicago, with chances for 3 light snows

    Although the trend of temperatures is downward from Monday through Thursday, daytime readings are forecast to descend to, or only slightly below, the normal high of 31 degrees at this time of the year. The most prominent forecast features of the week's...
  • Sunny weather to start the week in Hampton Roads

    Sunny weather to start the week in Hampton Roads
    We'll have pleasant weather in Hampton Roads to start the week. The National Weather Service forecast calls for sunny skies and a high of 52 degrees Monday. Expect mostly clear skies and a low of 35 overnight. Tuesday's forecast looks about the same,...
  • Weather: Chilly morning, warmer afternoon on tap for Central FL

    Weather: Chilly morning, warmer afternoon on tap for Central FL
    After a chilly start in the 40s this morning, temperatures should climb to the low 70s, making for a pleasant Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The National Weather Service in Melbourne is calling for sunny skies and a high near 72 degrees today. Winds will...
  • With global warming, why not all El Niño all the time?

    With global warming, why not all El Niño all the time?
    With the Earth warming to record levels, it might seem like El Niño should be a permanent fixture – and knock down hurricanes every year. The large-scale atmospheric pattern develops as a result of abnormal warming in the eastern Pacific –...