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  • Sometimes, there's nothing you can do but laugh ... but we do recommend a hat, Jeff Roche (of Libertyville). Photo by Julie Bond

      Sometimes, there's nothing you can do but laugh ... but we do recommend a hat, Jeff Roche (of Libertyville). Photo by Julie Bond

  • Julie Bond of Libertyville isn't getting mail in this box anytime soon.

      Julie Bond of Libertyville isn't getting mail in this box anytime soon.

  • Dogs in the snow; we just can't get enough! Thanks, Tucker. Photo by Wendy Scheel

      Dogs in the snow; we just can't get enough! Thanks, Tucker. Photo by Wendy Scheel

  • Ozzie, you got a little something on your face! Photo by Wendy Scheel

      Ozzie, you got a little something on your face! Photo by Wendy Scheel

  • Judi Sullivan finds fun after the cleanup in Elk Grove Village.

      Judi Sullivan finds fun after the cleanup in Elk Grove Village.

  • Alberto Lau digs out in Elgin.

      Alberto Lau digs out in Elgin.

  • Steve Gibson snapped a shot of this band of intrepid shovelers in St. Charles.

      Steve Gibson snapped a shot of this band of intrepid shovelers in St. Charles.

  • The De Masks of Batavia captured the massive grayness of the storm.

      The De Masks of Batavia captured the massive grayness of the storm.

  • Maria Lemke's car in Arlington Heights isn't going anywhere in the near future.

      Maria Lemke's car in Arlington Heights isn't going anywhere in the near future.

  • Tuesday, before the storm...

      Tuesday, before the storm...

  • And after. That corner of Richard Valle's yard in Naperville looks a bit different Wednesday night.

      And after. That corner of Richard Valle's yard in Naperville looks a bit different Wednesday night.

  • Kids enjoy the break from school in the Spring Hill Acres subdivision. Photo by Patt Baumann

      Kids enjoy the break from school in the Spring Hill Acres subdivision. Photo by Patt Baumann

  • Not sure if Dennis McSherry of Fox Lake is trying to scare or help his mail carrier. Either way, it doesn't look like a comfortable spot to sit.

      Not sure if Dennis McSherry of Fox Lake is trying to scare or help his mail carrier. Either way, it doesn't look like a comfortable spot to sit.

  • What's worse than spending 2.5 hours digging your car out of the snow in Hoffman Estates? Having it buried again by plows, says Pete Rizzuto of Hoffman Estates

      What's worse than spending 2.5 hours digging your car out of the snow in Hoffman Estates? Having it buried again by plows, says Pete Rizzuto of Hoffman Estates

  • Pete Rizzuto of Hoffman Estates spent five hours digging out of the snow Wednesday.

      Pete Rizzuto of Hoffman Estates spent five hours digging out of the snow Wednesday.

  • Duffy Weber/Krutzler is "King of the Mountain" on a snowbank in Arlington Heights. Photo by Susan Krutzler

      Duffy Weber/Krutzler is "King of the Mountain" on a snowbank in Arlington Heights. Photo by Susan Krutzler

  • Joey Muscarnero, 7, Philip Muscarnero, 9, Dominic Muscarnero, 6, and Michelle Weber, 8, all of Arlington Heights and Greenbrier Elementary School, stand in front of their snowman which they created on top of the blizzard snowdrift in the driveway. Photo by Susan KrutzlerPhoto by Susan Krutzler

      Joey Muscarnero, 7, Philip Muscarnero, 9, Dominic Muscarnero, 6, and Michelle Weber, 8, all of Arlington Heights and Greenbrier Elementary School, stand in front of their snowman which they created on top of the blizzard snowdrift in the driveway. Photo by Susan KrutzlerPhoto by Susan Krutzler

  • Cars buried in the snow at Oasis Mobile Home Park in Des Plaines. Photo by Maria Luis.

      Cars buried in the snow at Oasis Mobile Home Park in Des Plaines. Photo by Maria Luis.

  • The snow at Prairie View Apartments in Woodstock. Photo by Maria Luis.

      The snow at Prairie View Apartments in Woodstock. Photo by Maria Luis.

  • Can a house have a pompadour? If so, Marie Ritland has found it.

      Can a house have a pompadour? If so, Marie Ritland has found it.

  • You'd never guess there's a street under all this snow. Williams Avenue in St. Charles on Wednesday morning before the snow plows came through. Photo by Meaghan Bishop

      You'd never guess there's a street under all this snow. Williams Avenue in St. Charles on Wednesday morning before the snow plows came through. Photo by Meaghan Bishop

  • The snow must go on! Three members of the local acoustic rock band, 3 Lincolns, are shown in Barrington trying to get to a show the nite of the blizzard. Two members not shown, says bandmember Russ Riendeau.Photo by Cheryl Riendeau

      The snow must go on! Three members of the local acoustic rock band, 3 Lincolns, are shown in Barrington trying to get to a show the nite of the blizzard. Two members not shown, says bandmember Russ Riendeau.Photo by Cheryl Riendeau

  • Bailey and Due Red, horses owned by Margo and Walt Kobs in Wayne, play in the snow.

      Bailey and Due Red, horses owned by Margo and Walt Kobs in Wayne, play in the snow.

  • Bailey and Due Red, horses owned by Margo and Walt Kobs in Wayne, play in the snow.

      Bailey and Due Red, horses owned by Margo and Walt Kobs in Wayne, play in the snow.

  • Jake isn't quite sure how he's going to get out of Margo and Walt Kobs' house in Wayne for his morning walk.

      Jake isn't quite sure how he's going to get out of Margo and Walt Kobs' house in Wayne for his morning walk.

  • Joan Spedale says she may not dig out of her place at Wyndemere Retirement in Wheaton until April.

      Joan Spedale says she may not dig out of her place at Wyndemere Retirement in Wheaton until April.

  • Nancy Rayborn says Dusty, a mini-labradoodle, managed to make her own path along the fence.

      Nancy Rayborn says Dusty, a mini-labradoodle, managed to make her own path along the fence.

  • Matthew Rizzo, is about to get slammed by his sister, Karen, in Huntley.Photo by Cindy Rizzo

      Matthew Rizzo, is about to get slammed by his sister, Karen, in Huntley.Photo by Cindy Rizzo

  • John Rizzo has quite a ways to go to clear his driveway in Huntley.Photo by Cindy Rizzo

      John Rizzo has quite a ways to go to clear his driveway in Huntley.Photo by Cindy Rizzo

 

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