Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Coldest Chicago July Since 1942

Empirical evidence mounts and mounts. Meanwhile, Congress continues pursuing expensive legislation that will COST ONLY YOU. Don't be fooled by the 'tax the rich' gimmick. The rich own the businesses, so they'll respond by laying off people and raising the prices of their products.

CHICAGO (CBS) ― Near Record Cold July Means Shrinking Bills


Have you left your air conditioner in the closet this summer, and worn long pants more often than shorts? If so, you may not be surprised to find out that Chicago is seeing its coldest July in more than 65 years.

The National Weather Service says 2009 has seen the coldest July since the official recording station was moved away from the lakefront in 1942. The average temperature this month in Chicago has been a mere 68.9 degrees.

[From Chicago Area Sees Coldest July Since 1942; Average Temperature Only 68.9 Degrees - cbs2chicago.com ]