If you live in the Midwest, you can look out a window and see what the snowpocalypse looks like. Surge Desk's windows are a long way from Chicago, so we thought we'd check in on the Windy (Snowy) City via webcam to see how it's doing.
Turns out watching a blizzard from a distance isn't quite as exciting as tweeting about a blizzard. See for yourself.
The Chicago Sun-Times has a camera set up at its downtown headquarters. Those rooftops sure look cold:
Here's a feed from a residential area in Chicago's northwest suburbs. Yep ... those are snowflakes, all right:
More snowflakes on the South Side:
The Wrigley Field webcam has a nice, clear picture of the slow-moving traffic and terrible weather in Wrigleyville. Pedestrians outside the stadium appear glum (go ahead, make your Cubs joke here).
Finally, there's the Field Museum webcam, which normally offers views of the city skyline and Lake Michigan. Today it's all snow, all the time.
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