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Monday 10 March 2014

In the hopeless war between spring-like warmth and the ice still covering Chicago, the heat has almost prevailed. Officially at 7am O'Hare had only 25 mm of snow left after an overnight temperature rise to 6°C.

The end is near. Those last few millimeters have no chance of surviving the day, between nearly 12 hours of sunlight and a predicted high of 14°C.

Still, today is the 71st consecutive snow-covered day here. No one under 30 has ever seen this in Chicago before. And it's unlikely anyone ever will again.

You had a good run, winter, but it's over now. Go home.

Monday 10 March 2014 07:26:04 CDT (UTC-05:00)  |  | Chicago | Weather#
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