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Editorial: Global warming is a Midwest crisis in the making

Did the autumn blizzard that snarled Monday's commute in Chicago send a message on climate change? Deniers likely took comfort. As President Donald Trump smugly tweeted last week when he saw a wintery forecast: "Whatever happened to Global Warming?"

For the rest of us, though, who accept the science, this storm - one of the worst November storms to hit the Chicago area - was a reminder: Weather

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