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Polar vortex to blame for recent fog

The weather might not be freezing, but the polar vortex has left a lasting impression on the Chicagoland area. Chicago Sun-Times reports:

Summer arrived, officially, days ago. But that mighty cold winter is still leaving its mark.

Yes, you can blame the polar vortex, at least in part, for the fog that keeps rolling in, sliding between skyscrapers at all hours of the day, hugging the lake.

It’s like San Francisco around here. Or London. Except it’s not (see below).

[Read the rest at Chicago Sun-Times]

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