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"tom skilling" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Tom Skilling? This explains a lot of things. Jason Guys are unpacking a lot for me right now. This explains a lot of things, but it was very interesting Last night. We can talk about it later. But I, uh Learned about a man named Dr Destruction, but I didn't know about. Well, um, I sat about 15 ft. Away from a little Wayne who? I I I couldn't figure out who he was cheering for. I think it was the Suns, but he wasn't surface what he was wearing. He was wearing orange. So I'm assuming the sun's Yeah, but like the Clippers kept He must have been because a bunch of guys in the Clippers kept like cussing him out. Um, which is that was interesting that, uh, he did. He performed his head. Drop it like it's hot. And and they kept playing little Wayne songs and he didn't react. I think they were hoping that he would, like, be impressed to hear his own music, but I don't think he doesn't care anymore at all. So, um, this doctor destruction guy is interesting. Yeah, the YouTube or the Stream Gamer guy? Yeah, Apparently he's friends with Devin Booker, who plays for the Sun, But he sat courtside and he wore like he had a wig on He wears out his gaming get his gaming headset on he wore like he wore those like Oakley Visor sunglasses. You know the kind Yeah, Whenever he's got it, he's got his mullet, and he's got here. Uh, yeah, And it's like his protective vest that he wears winning games. There's a mullet. He sounds tailing you might be into whatever I don't know. It was a wig. It was I didn't know who this guy was. But like people were freaking out about him and then 91 point. He almost got kicked out of the game. Um,.

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Chicago Weather: Lake-Effect Snow Showers To Persist

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

Chicago Weather: Lake-Effect Snow Showers To Persist

"And now Tom's Skillings forecast from the Perm ASIO Weather Center Tonight. Lake Effect. Snow Showers Come and go and counties along like Michigan. Locally. 1 to 3 inches accumulations and a few spots with heavy snow showers. Otherwise cloudy, blustery, colder low of 24 Tomorrow cloudy, breezy, colder. Some lake effect. Snow showers continue with the high of 26 Thursday Generous sunshine cold, much lighter winds with a high of

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"tom skilling" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Makes him incredibly can cry. It's a happy day. No, it is. It is very sweet. Now, have you had you ever felt that before, And then? It was like a misfire? No, I mean, I've been in like everybody I've dated has been a long relationship. You know, I'm saying, like, three years plus so I mean, it's it's you know, you know that. You know that feeling you get that feeling. And you know that this person you want to, you know, whatever. No, I think about this. He doesn't work out every time at the end, you know, but I very rarely have felt it. But I think maybe once I actually think it was possible, and then the person talked me out of it. Like like I think that the connection was there like I think that the elements were there like I don't. I don't doubt The feeling right? But I think That I well, well, I may have felt that way and could have maintained that I as I learned more than I began to realize that maybe I didn't know everything. You know what I'm saying? Actors for? Sure get can get in the way. I mean, I don't think that takes away from knowing someone that you either feel like you knew in a past life or you connect with on some level that you can't explain. I don't think you know other factors takeaway from that feeling. You could really feel that for someone and then life could get in the way. I think that I have a tendency to maybe want it to be that, like I couldn't have said it three times in three different people three times. And I don't know that it wasn't there. At one point, I just think Wow. Tom Skilling is skinny. I'm just looking at a picture of Tom Skilling. That's wow. You think like no, I just I just looked at me. This actually happens like he says. He says, I love you. And then it just gets this.

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Other insurers does come available in all states or situations well this Tuesday it's Tuesdays with Tom Tom skilling joins us from the WGN TV weather center which is in his closet and I would like to ask you Tom skilling how it is possible that Lake Michigan entered the sky and then descended out of the sky I'm to us and then back in the Lake Michigan you're gonna love it don't you know I mean that's one of the prices we pay for having one of the most extraordinary natural resources at our doorstep in terms of water availability at all but you know we all know what that does to our temperatures should on spring and heaven knows we've been noticing that play out then on top of that you put to a gargantuan range systems in here in five days we have had in the last five days the equivalent of a half ball made it worth the rain and just five days hi there is no way our river systems can handle that and the result is that got flooding everywhere nor are spoiled for that matter because it's saturated so it's been it's been quite a ride no question about it and I'll tell you something else grandes winds up the lake but alternately were to get towards summer like warmth and humidity this weekend so there's a big change cut okay we'll get to that moment but let's talk about what happened here in the first place we see out almost back to back records right two major systems came through in each one of those systems set its own daily record oh no question and what's more amazing when you stand back and look at the picture you know for about five decades we've had a trend toward more more rain this is a climate change personified in this area you know a lot of people think climate change only deals with temperature now it it has to do with jet stream that has to do with the amount of moisture you get we've been getting heavier rain events more frequently and anybody who lives near a river or is subject to flooding knows that this is happening with increasing frequency the last three makes this one included have been the wettest on record enough now official this morning we passed the benchmark for the wettest may on record and we still have a little under two weeks to go on the bottom so we're not done with that record but we're up to eight point three inches for the month and many areas in the last five days have had between six and nine inches of rain a typical may produces three point six inches so you see why we're in trouble here my folks wrote lived through that yeah nineteen ninety six July nineteen ninety six seventeen inch rain out of the award April bill area I mean there were homes that were in water up to the third floor dormers in fact I remember we put our helicopter rapid WGN for the first.

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN radio well this Tuesday it's Tuesdays with Tom Tom skilling joins us from the WGN TV weather center which is in his closet and I would like to ask you Tom skilling how it is possible that Lake Michigan entered the sky and then descended out of the sky I'm to us and then back in the Lake Michigan you're gonna love it don't you know I mean that's one of the prices we pay for having one of the most extraordinary natural resources at our doorstep in terms of water availability at all but you know we all know what that does to our temperatures should launch bring in heaven knows we've been noticing that plays out then on top of that you put to a gargantuan range systems in here in five days we have had in the last five days the equivalent of a half full maze worth the rain and just five days hi there is no way our river systems can handle that and the result is that got flooding everywhere nor are spoiled for that matter could dispatch rated so it's been it's been quite a ride no question about it and I'll tell you something else grandes winds off the lake but they're all a bit Lee were to get towards summer like warmth and humidity this weekend so there's a big change coming okay we'll get to that moment but let's talk about what happened here in the first place we see out almost back to back records right two major systems came through in each one of those systems set its own daily record oh no question and what's more amazing when you stand back and look at the picture you know for about five decades we've had a trend toward more more rain this is a climate change personified in this area you know a lot of people think climate change only deals with temperature now it it has to do with jet stream that has to do with the amount of moisture you get we've been getting heavier rain events more frequently and anybody who lives near a river or a subject to flooding knows that this is happening with increasing frequency the last three days this one included having the wettest on record and it's now official this morning we passed the benchmark for the wettest may on record and we still have a little under two weeks to go in the month so we're not done with that record but we're up to eight point three inches for the month and many areas in the last five days have had between six and nine inches of rain a typical may produces three point six inches so you see why we're in trouble here my folks wrote lived through that HM nineteen ninety six July nineteen ninety six seventeen inch rain out of the award April bill area I mean there were homes that were in water up to the third floor dormers should act I remember we put our helicopter Robert W. G. and for the first.

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Jews of snow and Tom skilling tracking it all he has our first look at the forecast Hey Tom yes indeed guys in those six inch totals and maybe a spot or two with that seven or eight inches will be south of us but will run down the numbers here in Chicago precipitation begins about one to two AM in the city it's coming in from the west and southwest so to start a little sooner out there in the west and southwest suburbs ends around noon tomorrow but could flurry beyond that thinking now trace to an inch up by the Wisconsin line there's going to be as steep gradient in other words a big change north to south across the area in Chicago and the I. eighty corridor two to five inches out of this and up to five to eight inches Streeter khaki key and run sillier there is our low pressure responsible for the inclement weather it will whisk by the area and turn the winds around the southwest in the afternoon on Saturday that could pump those temps up but we're going to come back and tell you about just where the snow will be at that time periods in the future including for the morning rush hour in just a few minutes guys on the full weather segment back here all right sounds good I'm sorry you bet now to the latest on the cover nineteen pandemic today Illinois recorded its largest one day spike in Culver nineteen related deaths health officials announcing one hundred and twenty five people lost their lives to the virus and that brings the death toll across the state to more than one thousand there are now more than twenty five thousand positive over nineteen cases in Illinois we've also learned that a third CTA employee has died his name has not been released but the agency says it was a bus mechanic he had worked for the C. T. A. for the past twenty years CTA officials called me hard working and dedicated gentleman two other CTA workers have died in the past week two more people have died in the last twenty four hours at the symphony of Joliet nursing home a total of twenty five deaths in just one facility family shocked and wondering how it could have happened WGN's Patrick Elwood live in Juliet with the latest Patrick hi guys good evening to you once again we are hearing from family members tonight some of them saying that they were not informed of the gravity of the situation just couldn't get any communication could not talk to their loved ones and when all was said and done they didn't even have a chance to say goodbye.

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"What do you what do you live this is the most important man of the day Tom skilling WGN TV weather did you know this is gonna happen Tom yeah out you know weeks on this late yesterday wrote so we had on our evening shows last night is a little disturbance that that developed out by what came across the area and it ended up producing the POP three inches of snow in some areas down around Lockport here in Chicago we had one point three here one point six the way this is the heaviest April fifteenth you're in about eighty years wow and the what's interesting is a year ago yesterday we had the five point eight inches of snow which was the heaviest late season snow or tied for it that we've had in the area so you know it's not without precedent you get snow we've we've had sticking snow as late as early may but it tends to go way past want to come down but as happened this morning in all the great abit gun area roads I well I would imagine that I doubt wasn't necessarily out salting the last night I mean okay who knows what their capabilities are at this moment but that seems to be this is a perfect storm in a lot of ways because you get just a couple of inches and you get some ice because you're right around the freezing mark and if the roads haven't been treated and look out thanks and you know I bother you even though this well to do I wrote that these little ones which sometimes worse than the big ones I think of books under estimate you know how slick the roads are and you can get real trouble with these things this is the first snow we've had in the over three weeks of it sticks we had about three point two inches about three weeks ago back in March so you know we're not real experience with us and that you know that wrote papers started kinda warm but that this was fairly dry in the lower atmosphere speech precipitating intellect and yet take the temperatures down below freezing pretty expeditiously so this stuff starts this deck here yeah the happy news but there's another one coming up Thursday night Friday morning it you know this is this is just what we need right in the middle of cold that night he gave them the barge bubble apertures in mid April but you're not there this thing is out in the Montana Wyoming area now shifting southward devils drop down toward the panhandle and then run eastward across the Midwest and probably set up a band of snow pretty much like this thing that happened last night starting here later Thursday night running into Friday morning and then exiting but the yeah it'll be clustering of Montalcino projector these are very early yet not carved in stone but they run and then to the six inch range so here we go again what where I can't hold on hold on hold on hold on November fifteenth even though we don't have to pay our taxes but if you do you quarterly estimates Illinois you still have to pay your taxes.

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Tom skilling for TV news at ten watch Chicago's very own WGN all right Lisa are you ready for burns and Allen I love I love George burns and Gracie and this is a really special night so I am really happy with the way this is working with the villains and having the opportunity to talk about Batman and robin absolutely and burns and Allen was one of the the best comedy shows of the golden age of radio and TV they've course were a comedy do well they started in vaudeville they were heard on the BBC for a while in fact and then they he appeared on the Eddie cantor show they were like Gaston the Eddie cantor shown that Eddie cantor said all you guys were great stay over for the next week and the next week and then they did the same thing on guy Lombardo's radio show right they were gas on the island borrow show but then what happened was they were so popular that they sort of took over for the shows when they went on a summer or winter hiatus so they got their own show way back in nineteen thirty to think about this radio was in its infancy right nineteen thirty two and they lasted all the way to nineteen fifty eight teen years on radio and then of course they moved to television and we're an even bigger success on television they did movies together course Gracie passed away and then George continued with his career he was in the god movies he was in the sunshine boys he won an academy award and then I got to be very good friends with George burns over the years it really was like the last four five years of his life he lived to be one hundred yeah and I license the burns and Allen show from him and he used to take me to the Beverly Wilshire Country Club and we would have lunches and dinners together and things we talk about the good old days of radio and TV I carry a picture of George burns with me me and him together in my wallet wherever I go and he was great he was just an awesome guy he helped me in the business he introduced me to other people other licensees who then license me their radio shows as well so I up a big dax to George burns and so every time I hear one of the shows it harkens back memories for me of hanging out with George burns so we have a January twentieth nineteen forty nine episode now this was a sponsored by Maxwell house coffee that was their big sponsor back.

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Favorite weatherman. Tom skilling weekday afternoons at four on the road Conn show with Anna, devante, seven twenty WGN. Chicago smart speaker users just say play WGN radio on tune in here with your news is Vic Vaughn, thanks so much good morning. It's mostly cloudy and sixty seven degrees at O'Hare a mother of seven in cut. Hey county Wisconsin who wants lived in Chicago has pleaded guilty to planning terrorist attacks. Forty-six year old Wahiba is dice says she helped dice is by distributing bomb-making instructor. Jans online. Prosecutors say those instructions included designs for explosives and biological weapons. The FBI tells the Tribune dice was born in Jerusalem that she married a US citizen in Chicago in nineteen Ninety-two. They divorced in two thousand three dice remained in the US has a lawful permanent. Resident she was living in the city of cut. Hey, just south of Milwaukee in the university, Bloomington. Now reporting an outbreak of mumps ABC's more grennell are the university. Reporting twenty cases of mumps in students since February Beth Ruth medical director of the Indiana University health center, we do expect more cases school requires two doses of the vaccine for students and says most of those infected were vaccinated, but with two doses of the vaccine only about eighty eight percent affective and with students living in close proximity and dorms health officials say that's why the disease continues to spread Mark Remillard, ABC news. That is the deadline for the IRS to handover six years of President Trump's tax returns, something the president's lawyer. San francis- did ABC's. Ben Siegel reports for them. This is a big test of the separation of powers, they say they have the ability under the oversight authority granted to congress to look for the stuff. But also, they say that the American people have a right to know whether or not the president may have broken any laws before he entered office. And if he has any conflicts financial entanglements that throw his ability to make decisions for the benefit of the country into question. Governor Doug Ducey just made it illegal to Texan drive in his state. He was surrounded Monday by dozens of family members of victims of distracted driving as he signed the new law banned it while driving together. Texting and driving is a deadly combination. Zona now joins forty eight states including annoy with similar laws. We'll check sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. Join Romeo hill pony baseball for their opening day celebrations on Saturday, April twenty seven th at the rodeo recreation site. That's right grabbed her glove because the timeless beauty of baseball.

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Central inevitable. Eugene forecast, here's meteorologist Tom skilling. Wintry weather keeps coming another round of freezing rain is headed for our west and northwest suburbs. Rain in the city a powerful storm is lifting through the mid west at brings a skull storm to the upper midwest and areas west of us, but not in the Chicago area. What we look for next is an Arctic outbreak. Break that hits late tomorrow night and Friday and snow is possible by Sunday winter weather advisories have been issued through ninety m tomorrow for Boone, winnebago, Lee, Ogle, and DeKalb counties. These include the Rockford and DeKalb drizzle builds two periods of rain across the Chicago area tonight, but freezing rain is to produce ice accumulation, so cold and untreated surfaces in thoroughfares in the advisory area. West of us temperatures holding nearly steady within several degrees of freezing with Thursday of producing steady. Rain changing showers in the afternoon when it turns windy and colder flurries by tomorrow evening, high thirty nine in the shitty tomorrow, but fifty south suburbs. Temperatures fall to thirty two late in the day then Thursday night. Snow flurries, quite windy at much colder. Lows five above but wind chills in the Arctic air will drop zero to ten below by Friday morning, and Freddie early flurries, then clearing, quite windy and much colder. Hi, just sixteen. Daytime wind chills. Friday zero to ten below Saturday, generous son twenty shakes and Sunday snow develops high up to thirty from the WGN weather center. I'm Tom skilling right now here thirty three midway thirty five lake forest. Thirty four the winds blowing from the north at ten miles.

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In WGN traffic central the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center. There's an ice storm warning. That begins at six o'clock tonight. Runs through six AM tomorrow becoming mostly cloudy today, thirty one for a high. We're about there now, freezing rain, sleet, and rain tonight. A low Twenty-eight temperatures rising toward morning tomorrow. Cloudy, light rain at times, a high of thirty seven they're saying some areas could get up to a quarter of an inch of ice that is at the extreme level. But there could be enough is to down some power lines do damage to trees as well and make driving very hazardous should be aware of that tonight. Thirty one right now at O'hare, midway thirty four thirty-three to roar and the lakefront thirty one degrees. I'm Steve Bertrand in the WGN radio newsroom. These are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. I've just given you these verbal emoticons. Thank you for that. Encouragement book hamlets didn't make it through. But you were there for me. It wasn't guessing the temperature. I was just giving you the emotion I start to clinch a little. Ooh. Got up to what was the highest yesterday the day before fifty fifty one? Yeah. And three days earlier, it was fifty one below zero. And now we're in that worst place of all maybe thirty one degrees and precipitation. You get a little. It's tough. And I know comment is taking steps to be ready. But it's one of those things where you know, the outages that come if they come. We'll be small ones sporadic ones, which means a lot of different little places to clean up from tell you. I wonder if what this means is the high pressure from the north is just a little bit elevated by forty two to forty three isobars. We've got a report from Gurdeep that might be. Then maybe it won't be that bad. The temperature will be warm enough. It'll be rain. That'd be nice of you making that up or are you seeing that lets Tom skilling responded. Tom you're on the air. Oh, very good. I've got a dog here. Here's going to start barking. Didn't expect to be called. How are you? John. Tom skilling WGN meteorologist how how worried should we be about this ice storm? Mr skilling. Well, you know, we certainly seem worse. But it's the last time we did a nice storm of substance around here was about ten years ago. And you know, this could put down a quarter inch to a third of an inch of ice. That's no laughing matter. You know, you're you're want to nine and treat it outdoors surfaces, and you know, you've got kind of a skating. So we had a little a preview event last week for a brief period. It was like coating this is a little more than that. It'll start around seven o'clock this evening give or take an hour. Get it on. About ten to twelve hours of precipitation. What's going on here? Got warm air running up over the cold air, you go up to around thirty two hundred seat will be near fifty degrees down here. Ground level. We'll be talking about twenty eight to thirty. So what happens is you get raindrops to form in the clouds. They fall down through the cold layer. And they freeze upon contact with surfaces, and you can get into you know, obviously, some pretty dicey situations with that's on the walking and or travels employed on untreated services. So tom. It seems like most of us can be home in time for the this starts. But if you said ten to twelve hours of precip that could be seven am tomorrow. Is tomorrow going to be the big trouble when it comes to commuting?.

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Now the WGN forecast, here's meteorologist Tom skilling and Kim we've been relishing these temperatures they've been about Chevy four degrees warmer than they were just six days ago. But there's moderately colder air on the way precipitation will be ending tonight. But very active patterns sitting up in terms of precipitation. We see five precipitation bearing systems and with each we're kind of on a rain snow line tomorrow night ice could be the issue and a winter weather advisory. He's been issued for Tuesday night tonight drizzle early partial clearing and colder laid low down to twenty four Tuesday mix, Sean but clouding over temperatures back to more seasonal levels had thirty four Tuesday nine things become a wintry. Mix of sleet and freezing rain developing with ice accumulations threaten. Hazardous travel low down to twenty six and Wednesday, some rain or drizzle early then cloudy and damp and rain or a wintry. Mix will redevelop again later in the day and Wednesday night, high forty thirsty rain possibly a wintry. Mix north suburbs. Grandly ending Wendy and turning colder, high forty seven but folly during the afternoon and Friday sunshine, but quite cold and breezy, high just twenty two from the WGN weather center. I'm Tom skilling. Happy Monday, Kim. Thanks, tom. Not exactly what we wanted to hear. No. But at least it's been vibe that even listening to what he just said. I hear. Are you disappointed by that? Rain to get it back..

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Central the WGN forecast. Here's meteorologist Tom skilling. Stay warm everybody. Brutal cold is gripping the area, and it's only going to get worse. Strong winds. Introducing this brutally cold Arctic eras are producing blowing a drifting snow and local ground blizzard conditions in outlying areas, we expect that to continue into tomorrow, and we're going to break records tonight tomorrow and tomorrow night white snow tonight with scattered clouds later on windy record-breaking, temperatures, lows twenty two below but his cold is twenty six to twenty eight below outlying areas. We'll see wind chills at forty five to fifty five below zero late tonight Wednesday on Wednesday night too dangerous called continue scattered clouds and. Wendy drifting show continues in open areas. High Wednesday, thirteen below chills. Thirty to forty blow in the afternoon. Lows tomorrow night down to twenty-six below another record and Thursday. Increasing cloudiness chance of snow late the day snow likely at night high to on Thursday and Friday snow in the morning, mostly cloudy and not as cold high Twenty-three, Saturday mixed sun, but clouding over breezy, and there could be rain late in the day Saturday with milder temperatures at thirty nine. I'm Tom skilling in the WGN weather shedder right now O'Hare one midway to Elgin a big zero on long the lakefront three the winds blowing from the west at thirteen miles an hour, the wind chill seventeen below. I'm Kim Gordon in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN..

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And now the WGN chilly forecast, here's meteorologist. Tom. Skilling frigid weather has arrived. We had a minus six this morning and have risen only to single digits today. The first time we've had zero lows in single digit highs a cold weekends ahead snow in the area. Now, be exiting and the next year will hours, and we have another little snow system tomorrow night and the order of flurries, but a big storm could be developing Sunday night Monday with wind and snow and record breaking cold perhaps the coldest in over two decades coming into the area. Temperatures could be dropping to twenty below zero by the morning hours of next Wednesday and Thursday in the short term snow this evening half inch to an inch and a half accumulation then partial clearing, bitterly cold overnight, three below in the loop nine below here. Fourteen below inland shattered as mixed clouds continued quite cold high ten Saturday night. More clouds, some flurries and snow showers. Low one above and Sunday, mixed sunshine and cold snow will develop at night late. It. Night daytime highs Sunday fourteen and then Monday snowy and windy with a snowstorm potential. Significant snow accumulations can't be ruled out high twenty seven and Tuesday. The bitter cold is in tow. Again, partly cloudy, windy, bitterly cold, temperatures five and falling below zero Wednesday record cold lowest temperatures in two decades with sun and clouds, windy, passing flurries and temperatures remaining zero all day from the WGN weather center. I'm Tom skilling right now here for midway five lake forest for the winds blowing from the southwest at eight miles an hour the barometer steady along the lakefront six the wind chill nine below. I'm Kim Gordon and the WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Hello. Twenty nineteen now on seven.

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:51 min | 3 years ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Read them. So perhaps you they want to send their concerns and questions to Tom skilling. Yeah. And he, you know, here's the thing. Tom skilling would mind and except for the insulting part of the texted was it necessary. But I- skilling is one of the most jovial and kind guys you'll ever meet. Here's one of the nicest human beings, I've met on the planet very long time. Absolutely. And he will have he'll have a conversation conversation with them. And explain it, and they may not like the explanation. But hey, there it is. I think I think Tom he seems to know what he's talking about. Finishes, right? Yeah. I almost went there. But I restrained myself. Yeah. And again, if you want to engage with top skill he, and he is a he here's the thing. He'll disagree with you. And you won't even know it sounds like he's agreeing with you. But he's not clear her that I've never had. I've never argued with. No neither. I just like know. I'm like this is incredible. Tom skilling talking to me about the weather. So it's a review recognizes my voice when I call on the phone, so it's like, okay. My days been made gives number at work. Okay. I wanna call him while he's no you don't. He's not up all the time. No, he's not let's see wind chill or popularly wind chill factor is the lowering of by temperature due to the passing flow of lower temperature air wind chill numbers are always lower than the air temperature for values where the formula is valid. I don't know if that helps anybody, but yes. So I guess it's a wind chill factor. The idea is what it feels like for your body. How your body is restored? If if if you walk outside on a day when there's no wind in its thirty two degrees. You probably can spend a few minutes outside without having your gloves on and it's not gonna be that big a deal, but shame temperature thirty two degrees. And the wind is thirty thirty five mile an hour gusts. You're going to notice my hands are starting to tingle, and they're not liking this very much. Well, I will say I'd having just Google that. Apparently just today there's a meteorologist out of out of Winnipeg who says that wind chill is not a real temperature. So. So. Which I think we know that we were saying it's a factor. Right. Of course, it's not a real temperature. It's it's an approximation of what it feels like on your skin when you're out with a combination of the wind and the air temperature. There you go. So again, the bone to pick is not with us. It's with the meteorologist. But apparently now is a meteorologist who also wants to pick another boat. So we go that's what we're trying to say David is stay warm, more or less. Yes. Take care of yourself. I always I'm always fascinated by the people who continue to work out in this weather that just seems painful that's the kind of thing where you have real. I'm still waiting to see the one who I I'm sure we're someone who's going to see this somebody who was out in a parka and shorts. Oh, no doubt about it. Okay. I just do that. Okay. Okay. So extra cargo say it is. And I'm a mom now. And I was driving to the station tonight. And I saw a woman crossing the street she had on a skirt and knee-high boots with the flesh exposed, right? So between the the skin between the knee and the bottom of her coat was. So basically what you're saying the same thing that you're talking about is wearing shorts, but she's wearing a skirt shoes our own wind tunnel. I right. I mean, that's that's yes. I it's it's like the the yoga pants. It's like they're not insulated. No. I'm like, really I'm wearing layers. I wear I players. Anyone who thinks women or not tough? Y'all are. In the winter. Yeah. Not all of us. I've got my snow boots on. I may look like I'm wearing address which I am. But it's a velvet dress and underneath I have layers under that, and then I put two or three layers on top of it when I got weather like this. And that's just my husband, and my sons, they don't seem to need. They don't seem to need to bundle up as much as I do and buy the house without a hat on. It makes me crazy that Griffin walks out of the house without a hat on nowhere buffs. Now. I wear I always wear a polar fleece ear band. That's what I do. Just because I have I that's the one thing is I have my hair to take care of. I can't put a hat on top. But I wear a very thick show of us are lucky. Well, you keep you keep that don't warm. Yeah. Well, you know, yes. I was never allowed to go out in the winter without a hat on. I've never I've never had that joyous moment of just head of hair cold, and I don't care. Yeah. Well, I had one of those fathers. You must have your hair short, and you must have a hat on at all times. I say, you know, what I think I should. I'm not always up one Griffin leaves for school because I work late. But I do I think I need to have a hat rule for him. I think in this kind of weather he needs to have. Here's a hood. But the hood doesn't do enough if he doesn't get sick. Well, and that's the thing right. But the thing I worry about is that he now takes the trains, you take ta to get to school. You know, and he might be on a platform. Let's say the train breaks down. Now, he's out in the conditions for much longer than he thought he was going to be. And that's true for anybody. We all act as though we're just running to the car or just going to catch the bus or the train you have to in this weather prepare for in case your car stalls, or you the trains are running. And you find yourself outside in the elements. You have to prepare for that. Don't you think David? Well, I'm wearing a base layers para base layer, socks under my wolf sucks. I've ever had to do it or ever chosen to do it. I figured you know, whatever it's going to be that. Brutal. No, I'm not a fan of this. I was laughing today because I was at an event I went to the Robert burns dinner at the Fulton's, Fulton square market kitchen and the folks from aber Lor had this wonderful event forever burns. But I was I was wearing velvet dress. And then I was wearing my snow boots underneath 'em. I and I'm wearing two layers of socks. And my feet were sweating like this is this is uncomfortable. You know, when you're feeder sweating when your feet, I've I've never had that. I know my feet were. I was my favorite sweating. Okay. Yeah. I was very hot out here, by the way, the seven zero eight says WD legend, Bob Collins, always asked if the temp is zero degrees and two time zero is still how could it ever get twice as cold? I still ponder that question. I will leave you to ponder Rick. Yes, going I'm not stepping into that one. And also everyone considering affinity while we take this break. More in a moment on seven twenty WGN Chicago voters.

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And now the WGN forecast, here's meteorologist Tom skilling. We have quite a lineup of winter weather in the coming week. We're entering the first of two cold waves temperatures by morning dropdown subzero in much of the area and a significant snow perhaps a snowstorm expected here on Sunday night Monday. We'll have to monitor that and new cold air hits Tuesday. And holds the remainder of next week. There's a wind chill advisory through Friday morning, windy, turning bitterly cold tonight chills down to twenty to thirty below by morning. Partly cloudy. We have some passion flurries in the area. Lows one below shitty. Shelvin blow O'Hare thirteen blow inland. Then friday. Cloud makes blustery but bitterly cold and more conscious. No showers with a disturbance late in the day, high just three above wind. Chills will only improve seven to sixteen below on the afternoon Friday night. No exits clouds break, cold, six below and Saturday, sunshine, cold, flurries, snow showers, but at night, high shanty up to eleven Sunday early flurries than mix shunning clouds eleven for I and Monday, a potential snowstorm snowing and Wendy accumulation likely high Twenty-three as Arctic air since daytime temperatures falling from five above on Tuesday from the WGN weather center. I'm Tom skilling right now. Now O'Hare twenty midway Twenty-one lake forest. Twenty two the winds blowing from the west at twenty miles an hour. The barometer is rising along the lakefront Twenty-three our wind chill now at four. I'm Kim Gordon in the WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN..

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And now the. WGN forecast, here's meteorologist Tom skilling. Chicago's winter weather is going into overdrive. It's moving from irritating to downright dangerous. The coming seven days, we'll see two different cold waves the first just moving in as we speak and perhaps a snowstorm early next week on Sunday night and Monday, a wind chill advisory is in effect through Friday morning. It's Wendy and turning bitterly cold overnight dangerous twenty to thirty below wind. Chills. Developing later tonight tomorrow morning, partly cloudy with passing flurries. Lows one below in this city, seven below O'Hare and his colas thirteen blow inland during Friday. Ascent? Cloud makes blustery but bitterly cold more clouds could bring snow showers late in the day. I just three above tomorrow. And this wind chills will only improve to seven to sixteen blow in the afternoon, then Friday nights snow edge, clouds break, quite cold, low six below and Saturday, sunshine continued co. Old some flurries and snow showers Saturday night, but a daytime high of just eleven shandy mixed sun and clouds early flurries. Eleven and Mondays snowing and windy accumulations looked likely high twenty three and a new cold air outbreak hits Tuesday will start at five and drops subzero during the day from the WGN weather center. I'm Tom skilling right now hair twenty two midway Twenty-two. Gary Twenty-three, the winds blowing from the west fifteen miles an hour. The barometer is rising along the lakefront Twenty-three. I'm Kim Gordon in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Konczal with Anna davlantes is right here on seven twenty WGN. How Tom skilling his voice so pleasant even when he's saying things like negative five and wind chill..

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"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"tom skilling" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Central the WGN forecast. Here's meteorologist Tom skilling. It was the twenty fifth consecutive day above normal today and another fifty degree plus day is on the way. Tomorrow Justice was the case today, they'll be a downturn and temperatures thanks to a wind shift up the lake on Sunday. That'll make it a little cool at Soldier Field for the big bears playoff game. But still above normal for this time of the year and rain could come in with a fifty degree temperature on Monday tonight. Mainly clear mild for the season, low thirty two Saturday, mostly sunny, unseasonably mild and breezy, high fifty two Saturday night, partly cloudy, low thirty two and Sunday, clouds over turning breezy and cooler high forty two but mid to upper thirties on the lake shore, Monday, rainy and milder again up to fifty two and Tuesday, partly sunny and windy colder, but still above January norms high of forty three Tuesday Wednesday, extensive cloudiness colder, passing flurries and a high of just thirty one on Wednesday. I'm Tom skilling and the WGN weather center right now here forty seven midway forty-eight, Naperville, forty four the winds blowing from the west is six miles an hour the barometer steady along the lakefront forty eight. I'm Kim Gordon in the w. Newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Thank you. Brian Yorkey for ruining they'll be back with you on Monday twice this hour. I'm going to give you a chance to win a family four-pack to the lake home and cabin show. January eleventh to the thirteenth the Schaumburg convention center, lake.

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Erin Andrews and Jarret Stoll Celebrate 50-Year Wedding Anniversary at Burger King

Brian Noonan

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Erin Andrews and Jarret Stoll Celebrate 50-Year Wedding Anniversary at Burger King

"Wait how things are working here's a here's a charming story this is a this is a feel good story i like the feel good stories on sunday night because we're getting ready for another week of work we've had a long week to we've hopefully enjoyed our weekend and we need something to feel good about we need to walk into monday with a smile on our face because most likely we're going to start frowny by monday afternoon but there's a good it's always good to start the week on a happy note this is beautiful a new jersey couple is maintaining their decades old tradition they celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary the other day the same place they celebrated their first wedding anniversary a burger king yes burger king lloyd and sandy howard wet in nineteen sixty eight and they say the whole tradition began because they were running late for a show on their first wedding anniversary they stopped at the restaurant for a quick bite and so they have been going to burger king every year for their anniversary and now they've celebrated their fifty i hope for their fiftieth anniversary he he went on the car i needed bundle things up for the value meal it doesn't say here what they had but they had some sort of a some sort of fun all right this very exciting eddie glendenning is in the studio he has arrived i'm going to give him a moment to catch his breath because i'm sure that uber driver has him all flustered as i would be if i if i was running late for somewhere so we will talk to edie who is starring in heartbreak hotel which is opening at the broadway play house june thirtieth we'll talk to edie in just a minute here on seven hundred twenty wgn this is a really strange weather system data this time of the year weather forecast with tom skilling as well organized what we call us an ethics geller largescale rain producing system superimposed on a summer moisture field.

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