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The pesky snowstorm won't be too bad, though, as only a little snow is expected to stick and accumulate.
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It'll be chilly and snowy when the Quadrantid meteor shower peaks Friday night into Saturday morning.
The applications fill up quickly, and residents typically pay $600-$1,500, according to the city.
Legalized weed begins at 6 a.m. Wednesday in Illinois, and politicians plan to show up at dispensaries to show their support.
More cold and snow could come next week, too.
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