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  • WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES FOR

  • WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES FOR

  • WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES FOR IMPACT.

  • IT'S NOT A SET AMOUNT OF SNOW.

  • IT'S NOT A SET AMOUNT OF SNOW.

  • IT'S NOT A SET AMOUNT OF SNOW. IT MEANS THERE WILL BE SNOW AND

  • IT MEANS THERE WILL BE SNOW AND

  • IT MEANS THERE WILL BE SNOW AND ICE AND COMBINATION OF BOTH AND

  • ICE AND COMBINATION OF BOTH AND

  • ICE AND COMBINATION OF BOTH AND INCONVENIENT.

  • INCONVENIENT.

  • INCONVENIENT. ROAD SURFACES DANGEROUS.

  • ROAD SURFACES DANGEROUS.

  • ROAD SURFACES DANGEROUS. WINTER STORM WARNINGS, YOU KNOW,

  • WINTER STORM WARNINGS, YOU KNOW,

  • WINTER STORM WARNINGS, YOU KNOW, THEY GET MORE TECHNICAL WITH THE

  • THEY GET MORE TECHNICAL WITH THE

  • THEY GET MORE TECHNICAL WITH THE SNOW AND ICE THERE, BUT

  • SNOW AND ICE THERE, BUT

  • SNOW AND ICE THERE, BUT GENERALLY, YEAH, THE HOTTER THE

  • GENERALLY, YEAH, THE HOTTER THE

  • GENERALLY, YEAH, THE HOTTER THE COLOR, THE BIGGER PROBLEM YOU

  • COLOR, THE BIGGER PROBLEM YOU

  • COLOR, THE BIGGER PROBLEM YOU HAVE.

  • TRACY: THEN THERE IS THE PROBLEM

  • TRACY: THEN THERE IS THE PROBLEM

  • TRACY: THEN THERE IS THE PROBLEM OF THE COLD, AND SO THE

  • OF THE COLD, AND SO THE

  • OF THE COLD, AND SO THE WINDCHILL WATCH, THE WEATHER

  • WINDCHILL WATCH, THE WEATHER

  • WINDCHILL WATCH, THE WEATHER SERVICE ISSUED THIS, AND IT

  • SERVICE ISSUED THIS, AND IT

  • SERVICE ISSUED THIS, AND IT MEANS EXACTLY WHAT IT SAYS,

  • MEANS EXACTLY WHAT IT SAYS,

  • MEANS EXACTLY WHAT IT SAYS, WATCH.

  • WATCH.

  • WATCH. WE ARE WATCHING FOR THAT IMPACT

  • WE ARE WATCHING FOR THAT IMPACT

  • WE ARE WATCHING FOR THAT IMPACT OF THE BITTER COLD WINDCHILLS

  • OF THE BITTER COLD WINDCHILLS

  • OF THE BITTER COLD WINDCHILLS AND IT GOES INTO EFFECT AT 6:00

  • AND IT GOES INTO EFFECT AT 6:00

  • AND IT GOES INTO EFFECT AT 6:00 TOMORROW EVENING.

  • TOMORROW EVENING.

  • TOMORROW EVENING. MARK: HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO BE

  • MARK: HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO BE

  • MARK: HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO BE PREPARED FOR THIS, AND THE

  • PREPARED FOR THIS, AND THE

  • PREPARED FOR THIS, AND THE NUMBERS GET REALLY MIND BOGGLING

  • NUMBERS GET REALLY MIND BOGGLING

  • NUMBERS GET REALLY MIND BOGGLING COLD.

  • COLD.

  • COLD. I MEAN, YOU'RE TALKING 40, 50,

  • I MEAN, YOU'RE TALKING 40, 50,

  • I MEAN, YOU'RE TALKING 40, 50, EVEN 55 BELOW AS THE WINDCHILL,

  • EVEN 55 BELOW AS THE WINDCHILL,

  • EVEN 55 BELOW AS THE WINDCHILL, BUT THE TAKEAWAY FROM THAT IS

  • BUT THE TAKEAWAY FROM THAT IS

  • BUT THE TAKEAWAY FROM THAT IS BETWEEN 6:00 ON TUESDAY AND NOON

  • BETWEEN 6:00 ON TUESDAY AND NOON

  • BETWEEN 6:00 ON TUESDAY AND NOON ON THURSDAY, BETWEEN THAT ALMOST

  • ON THURSDAY, BETWEEN THAT ALMOST

  • ON THURSDAY, BETWEEN THAT ALMOST 48-HOUR PERIOD, 42 HOURS TO BE

  • 48-HOUR PERIOD, 42 HOURS TO BE

  • 48-HOUR PERIOD, 42 HOURS TO BE EXACT, YOU CAN GET FROSTBITE IN

  • EXACT, YOU CAN GET FROSTBITE IN

  • EXACT, YOU CAN GET FROSTBITE IN FIVE TO TEN MINUTE'S TIME, SO

  • FIVE TO TEN MINUTE'S TIME, SO

  • FIVE TO TEN MINUTE'S TIME, SO YOU REALLY WANT TO REDUCE THE

  • YOU REALLY WANT TO REDUCE THE

  • YOU REALLY WANT TO REDUCE THE TIME YOU'RE OUTSIDE.

  • TIME YOU'RE OUTSIDE.

  • TIME YOU'RE OUTSIDE. I KNOW, YOU KNOW, NOT EVERYBODY

  • I KNOW, YOU KNOW, NOT EVERYBODY

  • I KNOW, YOU KNOW, NOT EVERYBODY CAN JUST HUNKER DOWN AND STAY

  • CAN JUST HUNKER DOWN AND STAY

  • CAN JUST HUNKER DOWN AND STAY INDOORS FOR THAT ENTIRE TIME,

  • INDOORS FOR THAT ENTIRE TIME,

  • INDOORS FOR THAT ENTIRE TIME, BUT WHEN YOU GO OUT, WE ARE

  • BUT WHEN YOU GO OUT, WE ARE

  • BUT WHEN YOU GO OUT, WE ARE TALKING AND I HAVE THE WEARCAST

  • TALKING AND I HAVE THE WEARCAST

  • TALKING AND I HAVE THE WEARCAST THAT I ALWAYS SHOW, YOU GOT TO

  • THAT I ALWAYS SHOW, YOU GOT TO

  • THAT I ALWAYS SHOW, YOU GOT TO COVER, YOU JUST HAVE TO COVER

  • COVER, YOU JUST HAVE TO COVER

  • COVER, YOU JUST HAVE TO COVER WITH A SCARF AS MUCH AS

  • WITH A SCARF AS MUCH AS

  • WITH A SCARF AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.

  • POSSIBLE.

  • POSSIBLE. MARK: AND DON'T UNDERESTIMATE

  • MARK: AND DON'T UNDERESTIMATE

  • MARK: AND DON'T UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF THE COLD.

  • THE POWER OF THE COLD.

  • THE POWER OF THE COLD. A LOT OF PEOPLE DO, THAT

  • A LOT OF PEOPLE DO, THAT

  • A LOT OF PEOPLE DO, THAT UNFORTUNATELY, WHEN THEY LOOK

  • UNFORTUNATELY, WHEN THEY LOOK

  • UNFORTUNATELY, WHEN THEY LOOK BACK AT SITUATIONS WHERE PEOPLE

  • BACK AT SITUATIONS WHERE PEOPLE

  • BACK AT SITUATIONS WHERE PEOPLE GOT INTO TROUBLE.

  • GOT INTO TROUBLE.

  • GOT INTO TROUBLE. SIMPLE TASKS WHEN IT'S 20 BELOW

  • SIMPLE TASKS WHEN IT'S 20 BELOW

  • SIMPLE TASKS WHEN IT'S 20 BELOW ZERO, THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS

  • ZERO, THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS

  • ZERO, THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS SIMPLE TASK.

  • SIMPLE TASK.

  • SIMPLE TASK. TAKING OUT THE GA BADGE AT 20

  • TAKING OUT THE GA BADGE AT 20

  • TAKING OUT THE GA BADGE AT 20 BELOW IS NOT WHAT YOU NORMALLY

  • BELOW IS NOT WHAT YOU NORMALLY

  • BELOW IS NOT WHAT YOU NORMALLY THING.

  • THING.

  • THING. BUNDLE UP, PUT THE TWO AND THREE

  • BUNDLE UP, PUT THE TWO AND THREE

  • BUNDLE UP, PUT THE TWO AND THREE LAYERS ON AND THEN TAKE OUT THE

  • LAYERS ON AND THEN TAKE OUT THE

  • LAYERS ON AND THEN TAKE OUT THE GARBAGE AND MAKE SURE YOU ARE

  • GARBAGE AND MAKE SURE YOU ARE

  • GARBAGE AND MAKE SURE YOU ARE ONLY OUTSIDE FOR A MINUTE OR SO.

  • ONLY OUTSIDE FOR A MINUTE OR SO.

  • ONLY OUTSIDE FOR A MINUTE OR SO. DRIVING TO WORK IS GOING TO BE

  • DRIVING TO WORK IS GOING TO BE

  • DRIVING TO WORK IS GOING TO BE DIFFICULT.

  • DIFFICULT.

  • DIFFICULT. WE HAVE, YOU KNOW, A LOT OF

  • WE HAVE, YOU KNOW, A LOT OF

  • WE HAVE, YOU KNOW, A LOT OF RECORDS WE'RE TALKING ABOUT IN

  • RECORDS WE'RE TALKING ABOUT IN

  • RECORDS WE'RE TALKING ABOUT IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS, TRACY.

  • THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS, TRACY.

  • THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS, TRACY. TRACY: MY FIRST YEAR HERE AND I

  • TRACY: MY FIRST YEAR HERE AND I

  • TRACY: MY FIRST YEAR HERE AND I WAS TELLING BUT THIS LAST NIGHT,

  • WAS TELLING BUT THIS LAST NIGHT,

  • WAS TELLING BUT THIS LAST NIGHT, MY FIRST YEAR HERE WAS 1994, 25

  • MY FIRST YEAR HERE WAS 1994, 25

  • MY FIRST YEAR HERE WAS 1994, 25 YEARS AGO, AND I REMEMBER

  • YEARS AGO, AND I REMEMBER

  • YEARS AGO, AND I REMEMBER REPORTING ON THIS, THE ALL-TIME

  • REPORTING ON THIS, THE ALL-TIME

  • REPORTING ON THIS, THE ALL-TIME RECORD LOWEST HIGH TEMPERATURE

  • RECORD LOWEST HIGH TEMPERATURE

  • RECORD LOWEST HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR THE DAY, WHICH WAS 11 BELOW

  • FOR THE DAY, WHICH WAS 11 BELOW

  • FOR THE DAY, WHICH WAS 11 BELOW ZERO, JANUARY 18, 1994.

  • ZERO, JANUARY 18, 1994.

  • ZERO, JANUARY 18, 1994. WE'RE CHALLENGING THAT THIS

  • WE'RE CHALLENGING THAT THIS

  • WE'RE CHALLENGING THAT THIS WEEK.

  • WEEK.

  • WEEK. MARK: SO RIGHT NOW WEDNESDAY

  • MARK: SO RIGHT NOW WEDNESDAY

  • MARK: SO RIGHT NOW WEDNESDAY WE'RE FORECASTING TO HIT THAT

  • WE'RE FORECASTING TO HIT THAT

  • WE'RE FORECASTING TO HIT THAT HIGH, SO WE'RE FORECASTING TO

  • HIGH, SO WE'RE FORECASTING TO

  • HIGH, SO WE'RE FORECASTING TO TIE THE HIGHEST COLD TEMPERATURE

  • TIE THE HIGHEST COLD TEMPERATURE

  • TIE THE HIGHEST COLD TEMPERATURE BUT WE HAVE COMPUTER MODELS

  • BUT WE HAVE COMPUTER MODELS

  • BUT WE HAVE COMPUTER MODELS FORECASTING 15 EVEN 18 BELOW FOR

  • FORECASTING 15 EVEN 18 BELOW FOR

  • FORECASTING 15 EVEN 18 BELOW FOR THE HIGH WEDNESDAY, WHICH

  • THE HIGH WEDNESDAY, WHICH

  • THE HIGH WEDNESDAY, WHICH HOPEFULLY THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN,

  • HOPEFULLY THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN,

  • HOPEFULLY THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN, BUT AT 11 BELOW, IT IS SO COLD.

  • BUT AT 11 BELOW, IT IS SO COLD.

  • BUT AT 11 BELOW, IT IS SO COLD. TRACY: AND THIS IS TEMPERATURE.

  • TRACY: AND THIS IS TEMPERATURE.

  • TRACY: AND THIS IS TEMPERATURE. THESE ARE TEMPERATURES.

  • THESE ARE TEMPERATURES.

  • THESE ARE TEMPERATURES. THIS IS NOT THE WINDCHILL.

  • THIS IS NOT THE WINDCHILL.

  • THIS IS NOT THE WINDCHILL. SO THAT'S WHERE THAT WINDCHILL

  • SO THAT'S WHERE THAT WINDCHILL

  • SO THAT'S WHERE THAT WINDCHILL WATCH COMES INTO EFFECT AND IF

  • WATCH COMES INTO EFFECT AND IF

  • WATCH COMES INTO EFFECT AND IF THE WEATHER SERVICE DOES ISSUE A

  • THE WEATHER SERVICE DOES ISSUE A

  • THE WEATHER SERVICE DOES ISSUE A WINDCHILL WARNING WHICH WE

  • WINDCHILL WARNING WHICH WE

  • WINDCHILL WARNING WHICH WE ANTICIPATE THEY WILL, THAT IS

  • ANTICIPATE THEY WILL, THAT IS

  • ANTICIPATE THEY WILL, THAT IS THE CRY TEAR YAF AT LEAST

  • THE CRY TEAR YAF AT LEAST

  • THE CRY TEAR YAF AT LEAST WINDCHILLS 30 BELOW OR COLDER,

  • WINDCHILLS 30 BELOW OR COLDER,

  • WINDCHILLS 30 BELOW OR COLDER, AND WE ARE ANTICIPATING, THAT

  • AND WE ARE ANTICIPATING, THAT

  • AND WE ARE ANTICIPATING, THAT BUT YOU LOOK AT THESE RECORDS,

  • BUT YOU LOOK AT THESE RECORDS,

  • BUT YOU LOOK AT THESE RECORDS, RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE

  • RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE

  • RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE BACK THERE IN JANUARY 30TH,

  • BACK THERE IN JANUARY 30TH,

  • BACK THERE IN JANUARY 30TH, THREE DEGREES 2004.

  • THREE DEGREES 2004.

  • THREE DEGREES 2004. I MEAN, THIS IS REALLY JUST

  • I MEAN, THIS IS REALLY JUST

  • I MEAN, THIS IS REALLY JUST UNUSUAL.

  • UNUSUAL.

  • UNUSUAL. MARK: YEAH, SO VERY UNUSUAL.

  • MARK: YEAH, SO VERY UNUSUAL.

  • MARK: YEAH, SO VERY UNUSUAL. THE FIRST TIME IN 25 YEARS.

  • THE FIRST TIME IN 25 YEARS.

  • THE FIRST TIME IN 25 YEARS. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY RIGHT NOW

  • WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY RIGHT NOW

  • WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY RIGHT NOW WE'RE FORECASTING BLOW OUT ALL

  • WE'RE FORECASTING BLOW OUT ALL

  • WE'RE FORECASTING BLOW OUT ALL THE RECORD TEMPERATURES, THE

  • THE RECORD TEMPERATURES, THE

  • THE RECORD TEMPERATURES, THE COLDEST LOW, THE COLDEST HIGH

  • COLDEST LOW, THE COLDEST HIGH

  • COLDEST LOW, THE COLDEST HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR WEDNESDAY AND

  • TEMPERATURE FOR WEDNESDAY AND

  • TEMPERATURE FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.

  • THURSDAY.

  • THURSDAY. WEDNESDAY, IT IS LOOKING LIKE

  • WEDNESDAY, IT IS LOOKING LIKE

  • WEDNESDAY, IT IS LOOKING LIKE WEDNESDAY WILL END UP BEING THE

  • WEDNESDAY WILL END UP BEING THE

  • WEDNESDAY WILL END UP BEING THE SECOND COLDEST DAY IN THE

  • SECOND COLDEST DAY IN THE

  • SECOND COLDEST DAY IN THE HISTORY OF CHICAGO.

  • HISTORY OF CHICAGO.

  • HISTORY OF CHICAGO. AT LEAST SINCE THE 1870'S.

  • AT LEAST SINCE THE 1870'S.

  • AT LEAST SINCE THE 1870'S. TRACY: RECORDKEEPING STARTED

  • TRACY: RECORDKEEPING STARTED

  • TRACY: RECORDKEEPING STARTED OFFICIALLY IN 1871.

  • OFFICIALLY IN 1871.

  • OFFICIALLY IN 1871. WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT THAT, OVER

  • WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT THAT, OVER

  • WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT THAT, OVER 100 YEARS, AND I KNOW PHIL

  • 100 YEARS, AND I KNOW PHIL

  • 100 YEARS, AND I KNOW PHIL MENTIONED OVER THE WEEKEND, HE

  • MENTIONED OVER THE WEEKEND, HE

  • MENTIONED OVER THE WEEKEND, HE SAID IF YOU WERE BORN AFTER

  • SAID IF YOU WERE BORN AFTER

  • SAID IF YOU WERE BORN AFTER 1985, THIS IS THE COLDEST YOU

  • 1985, THIS IS THE COLDEST YOU

  • 1985, THIS IS THE COLDEST YOU HAVE EVER EXPERIENCED.

  • HAVE EVER EXPERIENCED.

  • HAVE EVER EXPERIENCED. MARK: YEP.

  • MARK: YEP.

  • MARK: YEP. THESE NUMBERS, THE WINDCHILLS,

  • THESE NUMBERS, THE WINDCHILLS,

  • THESE NUMBERS, THE WINDCHILLS, JUST, YOU KNOW, JUST RESPECT THE

  • JUST, YOU KNOW, JUST RESPECT THE

  • JUST, YOU KNOW, JUST RESPECT THE COLD.

  • COLD.

  • COLD. DO NOT TAKE IT FOR GRANTED THAT

  • DO NOT TAKE IT FOR GRANTED THAT

  • DO NOT TAKE IT FOR GRANTED THAT SOMETHING IS GOING TO BE EASY.