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Images: Icicles in the Suburbs

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Icicles hang from a home on Highland Avenue in Arlington Heights.
  Icicles hang from a home on Highland Avenue in Arlington Heights.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
As a result of the past few days of snow and cold weather large icicles hang from homes in Elgin Wednesday.
  As a result of the past few days of snow and cold weather large icicles hang from homes in Elgin Wednesday.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
As a result of the past few days of snow and cold weather large icicles hang from homes in Elgin Wednesday.
  As a result of the past few days of snow and cold weather large icicles hang from homes in Elgin Wednesday.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
As a result of the past few days of snow and cold weather large icicles hang from homes in Elgin Wednesday.
  As a result of the past few days of snow and cold weather large icicles hang from homes in Elgin Wednesday.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
As a result of the past few days of snow and cold weather large icicles hang from homes in Elgin Wednesday.
  As a result of the past few days of snow and cold weather large icicles hang from homes in Elgin Wednesday.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
As a result of the past few days of snow and cold weather large icicles hang from homes in Elgin Wednesday.
  As a result of the past few days of snow and cold weather large icicles hang from homes in Elgin Wednesday.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Huge icicles hang from rooftop structures in the Palatine area.
  Huge icicles hang from rooftop structures in the Palatine area.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
This condo in Palatine is covered with icicles and snow.
  This condo in Palatine is covered with icicles and snow.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Massive icicles have formed on homes in Wauconda.
  Massive icicles have formed on homes in Wauconda.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
From a second-floor window, Mohammad Mohyuddin knocks icicles off of his home in Rolling Meadows using a walking cane on Wednesday.
  From a second-floor window, Mohammad Mohyuddin knocks icicles off of his home in Rolling Meadows using a walking cane on Wednesday.
George LeClaire | Staff Photographer
Icicles on a home on Highland Avenue in Arlington Heights.
  Icicles on a home on Highland Avenue in Arlington Heights.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Icicles on a home on Highland Avenue in Arlington Heights.
  Icicles on a home on Highland Avenue in Arlington Heights.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
These icicles hang from a building in Palatine.
  These icicles hang from a building in Palatine.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Icicles hang from a home on Highland Avenue in Arlington Heights.
  Icicles hang from a home on Highland Avenue in Arlington Heights.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Someone got a little creative with the icicles that were hanging from their home and built an ice fortress in the snow in Palatine.
  Someone got a little creative with the icicles that were hanging from their home and built an ice fortress in the snow in Palatine.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Icicles hang in Palatine.
  Icicles hang in Palatine.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Massive icicles have formed on homes in Wauconda.
  Massive icicles have formed on homes in Wauconda.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Massive icicles have formed on homes in Wauconda.
  Massive icicles have formed on homes in Wauconda.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
A pedestrian walks past the large Icicles hanging from the roof of the Wayne and Helen Fox Community Center in West Chicago.
  A pedestrian walks past the large Icicles hanging from the roof of the Wayne and Helen Fox Community Center in West Chicago.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Large icicles hang from the roof of a home along Washington Street in West Chicago.
  Large icicles hang from the roof of a home along Washington Street in West Chicago.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
Icicles hang from the roof of the Wayne and Helen Fox Community Center in West Chicago.
  Icicles hang from the roof of the Wayne and Helen Fox Community Center in West Chicago.
Mark Black | Staff Photographer
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