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o hare airport,Pressure in the center of the storm, an indication of its strength, was one of the lowest ever recorded in the northern hemisphere at 8:30

Pressure in the center of the storm, an indication of its strength, was one of the lowest ever recorded in the northern hemisphere at 8:30 Chicago time, “said Travis Hartman, Managing Director of time and energy forecaster MDA EarthSat Time Inc. in Rockville, Maryland. Hartman said the final reading of the pressure he saw was about 28.6 inches. “It is really very impressive, we are the wind, hail, rain, tornadoes, more or less saw the sky is the limit,” said Hartmann. “seek and find in all regions of the Appalachians in Chicago to a kind of bad weather.” The storm is expected to last until tomorrow, the National Weather Service said.Chicago of O’Hare Airport, the second largest in the United States under a program for grounding for one hour at 8: 30 h local time, so left no flights to the city Department of Aviation, which operates the airport, transport companies, including U.S. Holdings Inc., AMR Corp., Continental and American Airlines canceled more than 125 to 85,000. should Commonwealth Edison customers were flights.As in the Chicago area without power from 07:30 BST place, according to a statement on the website of the company. Chicago, Joliet and Aurora were the hardest storm hit.The the second worst record in the Midwest are , 10 November 1975 against the storm, the freighter Edmund Fitzgerald, an event of the singer Gordon Lightfoot immortalized decreased depending on the weather service.
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