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Chicago-henge is back, marking astronomical beginning of Spring | abc7chicago.com

Chicago-henge is back, marking astronomical beginning of Spring | abc7chicago.com

By and ABC7 Chicago Digital TeamSunday, March 21, 2021 2:11PM CTTwice a year, a unique phenomena called "Chicago-henge" - based off of Stonehenge - can be seen here in Chicago.CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago-Henge is back!The vernal equinox is Saturday morning, marking the astronomical beginning of Spring, according to ABC7 Meteorologist Larry Mowry.Chicago-henge is back, marking astronomical beginning of SpringThis is also the time of the Chicago-henge, where the sunrise and sunsets line up perfectly with the east-west grid of the city.The twice-a-year treat can be seen in downtown Chicago this...

March 22, 2021
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Chicago's disappearing beaches making a comeback as Lake Michigan levels fall

Chicago's disappearing beaches making a comeback as Lake Michigan levels fall

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutTHEN & NOW: See how Chicago area beaches have changed in the last few monthsBy CHICAGO (WLS) -- Lake Michigan continues to remain at historically high levels, and that has had a major impact on Chicago beaches. The video above shows the dramatic change in the beaches from 2013, when the lake was at a record low point, to this year.The good news is, lake levels have gone down a few inches the past few months. But with lake levels this high, strong storms can create huge waves which continue the erosion that has plagued the shoreline for the past several...

December 18, 2020
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Winter Outlook 2020: How cold, snowy will Chicago weather be this year?

Winter Outlook 2020: How cold, snowy will Chicago weather be this year?

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy , and ABC7 Chicago Digital Team CHICAGO (WLS) -- Whether you enjoy colder weather and snow or not, winter is almost here! The big question.... What type of winter will we see this year?Let's start with a look at last year. Last year we had 34.8" of snow. An average winter sees 36.3 inches, so we were right around average last year.But the average winter temperature was 5 degrees above average. And last winter was the 14th warmest winter on record.If you remember last year, our season came roaring in with an early-season Halloween snowfall. Remember the kids...

November 27, 2020
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