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The city could get swamped with another 4 inches of snow during Friday's commute home.
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Six Chicago high schools are less than 10 percent full — and three are over 144 percent full, according to new CPS numbers.
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.
More cold and snow could come next week, too.
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Some dropoff spots will also offer free mulch starting Jan. 6 until supplies last.
Thursday already broke the record for being the hottest Dec. 26 in city history, too.
About 11,400 people applied for forgiveness from city sticker ticket debt during the one month when applications were open.
There could be periods of fog, but traveling for the holidays should be pretty easy this coming week.