"That's today weather, and now, the forecast for the 21st century:"
a gradual, dramatic increase in heatwaves and flooding due to global warming . . . an increase in hot summer days . . . unpredictable heavy rain and flooding . . . damage [to] Chicago's tourism industry.Guess those $500 cases of pop at McCormick Place don't seem such a big deal now, do they?
The good news: Chicago's climate will be just like that of Texas and Alabama. They'll be a lot more good country western bars, our college football teams will win more games, and the Indiana Dunes will really come into its own. A Daley will still be mayor; she'll just be mangling the English language with monophthongized dipthongs.
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