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Most of US was cold during the first half of November 1991
Posted 7:05 PM, November 16, 2019, by
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Arctic chill’s frigid west winds delivering Chicago’s first below normal temps in 16 days; huge waves are battering Michigan shoreline; weather pattern’s progressive—cold air’s moving right along; temps rebound Thursday; new cold hits Sunday
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Tuesday’s record-breaking cold not seen in 149 years
Quieter, storm-free weather week—near seasonable temps; moist “atmospheric river” keeps rains/snows coming on West Coast—mountains remove most moisture before it reaches Chicago
Despite milder pattern, messy weather threatens late week
Clock ticking on mild weather; showers and thunderstorms ahead of strong cold front send temperatures plunging; significant snows set to bury northern Rockies and Plains
Coldest first half of November in at least 150 years
Moisture-laden storm system brings potpourri of winter weather to the area; could be among January’s heaviest precipitation event in Chicago since records began in 1871
Complex winter storm follows brief windy warm up; all forms of precipitation on the table; Deep South severe weather risk
Winter Weather Advisory issued across Chicago area, snow expected overnight
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Messy winter weather continues; Thursday’s sporadic snow transitions to wintry mix—even possible rain—late tonight into Friday; snow chances surge again Friday night with upper low’s move toward Chicago
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