City could see its warmest day since ...

City could see its warmest day since June

There are 16 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Jul 23, 2009, titled City could see its warmest day since June. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Chicago could see the warmest day of the month Friday, with high temperatures expected to reach the upper 80s in many areas.

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STEWIE GRIFFIN

Chicago, IL

#1 Jul 24, 2009
Rut Roh. Hotter weather = The savage behavior increases. bang, bang.
Tom

United States

#2 Jul 24, 2009
Tom Skilling reports:

"Never in the 81 years of weather observations at Midway Airport have Chicagoans found themselves 24 days into July without a reading above 86 degrees."

How is everyone surviving this Global Warming crisis?
RoykosLiver

Palatine, IL

#3 Jul 24, 2009
wow its nice out here!

“Thank you, come again!”

Since: Dec 07

Chi Town

#4 Jul 24, 2009
This is madness!!
Johnny

Gary, IN

#5 Jul 24, 2009
I just want to see the sun...
Joe

Chicago, IL

#6 Aug 3, 2009
Okay, yes, Chicago's "warmest weather in weeks" may finally be on its way, but why is the Tribune tonight (8/3) posting on its homepage this Skilling story from 7/24? Above "the fold", no less. Did you guys even read the article before relisting it?

I mean, I am hoping it'll finally be warmer, but seriously. Journalism, please.
Wingnut Speak

Franklin Park, IL

#7 Aug 4, 2009
Why not skip the middleman and check out the NOAA site? It's usually more informative than the weathermen on the TV... They'll give the forecast and explain in more technical terms why they forecasted it that way. If you're also interested, you can take a look at some of the computer models used to make these forecasts.

http://www.weather.gov

For example, they are saying the models are talking about head indices of 100 to 105 for the weekend... yeouch!
Wingnut Speak

Franklin Park, IL

#8 Aug 4, 2009
Tom wrote:
Tom Skilling reports:
"Never in the 81 years of weather observations at Midway Airport have Chicagoans found themselves 24 days into July without a reading above 86 degrees."
How is everyone surviving this Global Warming crisis?
Climate change, yes... manmade?...possibly in part. GLOBAL warming? Not exactly.

Should we do what we can to mitigate our impact? Sure, within reason.
Joe Momma

Lemont, IL

#9 Aug 4, 2009
Tom say's " No rain recorded at O Hare " . Whatever you say Tom. There was a down pour at OHare around 9 am that lasted about a 1/2 hour. Don't listen to this guy, he's an overpaid weather - fearmongering idiot who try's to over impress. How much did you pay Billy & Tom at the City's tug boat's Skilling to say on tv what a great weatherman you are ? Retire !!!

Since: Apr 09

Lawrenceburg, IN

#10 Aug 4, 2009
Someone call Al and let him know we have proof of global warming right here in Chicago.
What a nightmare. It's going to be hot in the summertime. Who would have thought?
Jack

AOL

#11 Aug 4, 2009
The weather news is old. Look at the dates. An error must have been made.
RoykosLiver

Palatine, IL

#12 Aug 4, 2009
I didn't pay my carbon tax, do you think this is why the temp has risen? But then a gain my world is round and weather changes, sorry algore and all you ecofreaks!
ceci

Cicero, IL

#14 Aug 4, 2009
Recycled weather reports. Jay-sus.
Dude In Peace

Chicago, IL

#15 Aug 4, 2009
Tom wrote:
Tom Skilling reports:
"Never in the 81 years of weather observations at Midway Airport have Chicagoans found themselves 24 days into July without a reading above 86 degrees."
How is everyone surviving this Global Warming crisis?
Rain, what is rain, it is dry out. I don't believe in rain either. I walked outside and I don't see no rain. Mountains, what are mountains, the ground looks flat to me.
Should we keep going?

Since: Apr 09

Lawrenceburg, IN

#16 Aug 4, 2009
Dude In Peace wrote:
<quoted text>
Rain, what is rain, it is dry out. I don't believe in rain either. I walked outside and I don't see no rain. Mountains, what are mountains, the ground looks flat to me.
Should we keep going?
The difference of course being that one can find rain or a mountain if one wishes; anthropogenic global warming is a myth.
billp

Portland, OR

#18 Aug 4, 2009
Well if you get what you normally have in weather, you are in for a doozy! We just got done with a record breaking 10 days in a row over 90. 3 days over 100 but low humidity. You will fry and die if it gets there!

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