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Chicago got its first big snowfall of the season, resulting in slippery roads and canceled flights. CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds takes a close look at the conditions.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I'm from Chicago and if they closed the schools, it's SERIOUS!!
    They NEVER close the schools!
    From kindergarten to senior year the schools closed ONCE and only because it was -50°, NOT including the windchill, which made it feel about -60° below!!!
    Once it "WARMED BACK UP" to -30° below zero, there I was with my usual FIVE LAYERS of clothes waiting at the bus stop, CTA bus of course, or "The Green Limo". Lol
    I now live in Reno, NV and it's been a lovely, ideal 60°-70° all week!!!
    I'm miss my Hometown but I sure don't miss the weather!
    Hope everyone up there stays safe and warm!! ♡♡♡♡♡

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