The Daily Herald from Arlington Heights, Illinois on March 9, 2008 · Page 38
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The Daily Herald from Arlington Heights, Illinois · Page 38

Arlington Heights, Illinois
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Sunday, March 9, 2008
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SUNDAY, MARCH 9, 2008 Presented by DailyHerald and ABC 7 Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2008 Weather Today Mostly cloudy, a bit of snow; cold. 31°/18°/29 Monday Chilly with times of clouds and sun. 34°/23°/31° Tuesday Intervals of clouds and sunshine. 45°/31°/37° Wednesday Partly sunny. 47°/36°/46 0 Thursday A thick cloud cover. 48 0 /32°/40° The weekend Friday A bit of snow and rain at times. 43°/27°/36° Saturday Partly sunny. 45°/33°/44° \f | f | V I *• V W^ f MBW »*»• • •»»»"• — " __.__--_ The patented Realfgel Temperature* Is AccuWeather's exclusive Index of the effects ot temperature, wind, humidity, sunshine, precipitation and elevation on the human body. Shown in Red Is the highest RealFeel Temperature* for the day. Phil's Weather Facts Tune Into Phil Schwarz and the ABC 7 Chicago weather team's forecasts at 5, 6 and 11 a.m. and 4,5,6 and 10 p.m. February not only averaged below normal it was the coldest month since February of 2007. The average temp, during the month was 23.0 which is 4.0 below normal. Wind chill An indication of how cold It (eels based on temperature and wind. 8 a.m. Noon 4 p.m. Statistics are from Chicago through Friday. PRECIPITATION Friday Month to date Normal month to date Year to date Normal year to date TEMPERATURE High/low Normal high/low Record high Record low Trace 0.68" 0.49" 6.14" 3.94" ' 26°/14° 42°/26° 78° in 2000 -2° in 1943 The sky Rise Mercury 6:17 a.m. 6:23 a.m. 12:01 p.m. 4:19 a.m. 5:23 p.m. Venus Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus 7:16 a.m. Set 4:32 p.m. 4:47 p.m. 3:39 a.m. 1:32 p.m. 6:56 a.m. 6:45 p.m. Sun 7:14 a.m. 6:52 p.m. 7:54 a.m. 9:40 p.m. Mar 14 Mar 21 Mar 29 Apr5 Worst weather Tropical Cyclone Jokwe hit the coast of Mozambique on Saturday with sustained winds of 110 mph. fv' l l M'amiiV' '* f > ^g^P™™"', STOWW&r >* 'TZ/ili-'^' t^P?^ 6 The day' Temperatures are today's predicted highs and lows. Grand Haven 26/16 Holland 27/16 Weather sketcher National Today Mon. City HI/LO/W HI/LO/W Albany, NY 30/15/pc 36/17/8 Albuquerque 52/34/c 59/36/s Anchorage 38/31/PC 37/28/sf Atlanta 54/38/s 65/41/pc Atlantic City 44/21/s 46/25/pc Baltimore 45/27/s 45/27/pc Birmingham 60/35/pc 63/40/pc Bismarck 34/16/pc 49/23/pc BolSe ' 54/37/pe 58/37/pc Boston 39/22/pC 39/25/S BroWflsVille 76/66/pC 78/61/t Buffalo 24/11/sf 28/21/pc Charleston, sc 59/33/s es/43/s Charleston, WV 42/25/pc 48/28/sn Charlotte, NC 50/30/s 61/37/pc Cheyenne 45/23/c 52/28/s Cincinnati 33/21/c 40722/pc Cleveland 28/16/sf 34/22/c Columbia 56/31/s 68/38/s Columbus 29/20/pc 39/24/c Dallas 62/47/pc 62/43/t Dayton 31/20/c 38/23/c Denver 46/25/c 56/30/pc DesMoines 35/15/c 41/26/s Detroit 29/18/c 32/20/c El Paso 64/40/c 66/42/s HartfOrd 34/19/pc 40/21/s Harrisburg 40/24/pc 45/28/pc Honolulu 82/70/s 83/69/s Houston 70/55/pc 65/52/t Jacksonville 64/35/s 68/44/s Kansas City, MO 46/25/pc 53/33/s Las Vegas 71/46/s 75/49/pc Lincoln 40/17/pc 51/27/s Little Rock 58/37/pc 54/36/c Los Angeles 77/53/pc 77/54/pc Louisville 39/24/c 47/29/pc Memphis 56/40/pc 57/37/pc Miami 72/62/s 77/64/S Minneapolis 24/11/sn 32/19/pc Myrtle Beach 56/31/s 62/45/pc Naples 70/52/s 76/59/s Nashville 50/29/pc 49/28/pc New Orleans 66/50/s 65/50/pc New York 42/29/s 42/32/s Norfolk, VA 48/35/s 54/39/pc Omaha 36/17/pc 47/27/s Orlando 66/46/s 73/52/s Philadelphia 44/28/s 43/30/pc Phoenix 79/54/s 80/55/s Pittsburgh 28/18/sf 34/24/sn Portland, OR 58/42/c 55/43/r Providence 40/22/pc 41/22/s Rapid City 43/24/pc 57/29/s Reno 61/33/pC 66/39/pC Richmond 50/31/s 54/34/pc Sacramento 69/43/pc 69/46/pc St. Louis 46/26/c 46/33/pC Salt Lake City 48/30/pc 52/31/pc San Antonio 70/57/pc 67/49/t San Diego 70/52/pc 71/54/pc San Francisco 64/49/pc 63/50/pc Santa Fe 46/25/c 53/27/pc Seattle 53/41/c 53/44/r Shreveport 64/44/s 58/43/t Spokane 52/34/pc 51/36/c Tampa 65/46/s 74/55/s Tulsa 56/34/pc 60/39/pc Washington, DC 44/31/s 50/32/pc Wichita 54/30/pc 57/36/pc Michelle Weber, 5, of Arlington Heights, says she's tired of cold weather and can't wait for the pool to open in the summertime so she can swim and play with her beach ball. Michelle attends Frontier Park Preschool. Be a weather sketcher! Send a square drawing, along with the child's name, age, school, hometown and phone number (for verification purposes) to: Daily Herald weather sketcher, P.O. Box 280, Arlington Heights, IL. 60006 World City Athens Baghdad Barbados Beijing Berlin Brasilia Buenos Aires Cairo Dublin Frankfurt Geneva ' Helsinki HonftKong Jerusalem Johannesburg Kabul Kiev London Madrid Manila Mexico City Montreal Moscow New Delhi Panama Paris Rio de Janeiro Rome San Juan Seoul Sydney Tokyo Toronto Vienna Warsaw Today Mon. Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W 63/48/pC 88/57/s 84/73/S 64/41/s 49/36/pc 80/63/r 82/61/t 88/64/s 46/39/pC 50/39/pc 50/32/r 36/32/c 75/61/s 83/58/s '74/57/pc 57/34/pc 49/38/C 50/37/pc 59/27/s 82/74/t 75/41/pc 24/6/sn 32/28/sn 94/60/s 91/72/pC 46/37/r 82/73/C 59/46/pc 83/70/pC 52/36/pc 77/61/pc 57/45/s 24/8/c 55/34/pc 52/36/pc 64/50/pC 91/68/s 83/74/s 66/43/s 51/36/c 80/63/sh 77/61/pc 75/58/pc 52/35/r 52/32/r 48/41 It 37/34/sh 75/63/s 68/51/c 76/56/pc 59/37/pc 50/39/r 50/37/r 50/41/sh 87/75/c 76/44/s 21/13/pc 32/27/C 92/59/s 92/72/pC 43/40/sn 86/73/pc 57/48/t 83/72/s 55/36/s 79/63/S 55/41/r 30/19/pc 56/44/pc 52/38/pc Weattier (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-clotidy. sh-shows t-thunderstomis. r-rain, si-snow Hurries, sn-snow, i-ice. Treasures galore in subway dig Rome's past being unearthed by one layer at a time ROME — A sixth-century copper factory, medieval kitchens still stocked with pots and pans, and remains of Renaissance palaces are among the finds unveiled Friday by archaeologists digging up Rome in preparation for a new subway line. Archaeologists have been probing the depths of the Eternal City at 38 digs, many of which are near famous monuments or on key thoroughfares. Over the last nine months, remains — including Roman taverns and 16th-century palace foundations — have turned up at the central Piazza Venezia and near the ancient Forum where works are paving the way for one of the 30 stations of Rome's third subway line. "The medieval and Renaissance finds that were brought to light in Piazza Venezia are extremely important for their rarity," said archaeologist Mirella Serlorenzi, who is working on the site. Serlorenzi said that among the most significant discov- Whaling encounters get more dangerous Archaeologists work in an archaeological dig in Rome's central Piazza Venezia Square, with the Monument to the Unknown Soldier in the background, in this file photo. eries in a ninth-century kitchen were three pots that were used to heat sauce. Only two others had been found previously in Italy. The copper factory "factory" was used to work on copper alloys, and it consisted of small ovens, traces of which can be seen. Small copper ingots were found and are being analyzed. The archaeological investigations are needed only for stairwells and air ducts, as the 15 miles of stations and tunnels will be dug at a depth of 80 to 100 feet — below the level of any past human habitation, experts said. However, most of the digs still have to reach the earth strata that date back to Roman times, where plenty of surprises may be waiting. That may create problems between planners and conservationists, officials said. "It is impossible that there will not be situations of conflict. We know that in some cases the conflict will create a removal of ancient ruins," Rome's archaeological superintendent Angelo Bottini told The Associated Press. Under Italy's strict conservation laws, it will be up to Bottini's office for Rome to decide whether a find will be removed, destroyed or encased within the subway's structures. \ssufialfd Pnsa TOKYO — The Japanese coast guard said Friday that anti-whaling activists threw rotten butter and other objects at a Japanese whale- processing ship, the latest high seas clash over the country's'annual hunt. The coast guard said its officers aboard the vessel responded by tossing "warning balls." Australia's foreign minister described the devices as "flash bangs," or stun grenades. The leader of the Sea Shepherd anti-whaling group said that he had been shot at during the confrontation with the whaling vessel, the Nisshin Maru, and was saved by his bulletproof vest. The group released a photo of him holding what appeared to be a spent slug. Japan denied shots had been fired. It was impossible to verify either side's account of the clash, which occurred some 1,800 miles south- southwest of Melbourne, Australia, in the Antarctic Ocean, according to the coast guard. The clash began when activists aboard the Sea Shepherd ship threw objects at the Nisshin Maru, according to the Japanese. The objects included more than 10 paper ASSUCIA IT.I) I'KI.SS In this photo released by Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, a member of the Japanese coast guard throws sound-emitting "warning balls" Friday at the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's anti-whaling vessel. bags of white powder, several bottles containing what was believed to be rotten butter and several bottles containing an unidentified white liquid, according to Hideki Moronuki, chief of the Japanese Fishing Agency's whaling section. The Nisshin Maru issued warnings by radio for those aboard the Sea Shepherd to stop.

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