Illinois Students Develop a Snow Day App

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Jan. 3 (Bloomberg) -- AMS Meteorologist Bonnie Schneider discusses snow day prediction tech on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Sort of historical data.

How are they doing this?

They are putting this into an android application.

They look at the amount of time that a snowstorm a last and calmly inches of snow are expected.

What the temperature is.

They created an album that will determine if you're going to get a snow day.

It depends on where you're going to live.

If you grow up in a silly community, you know whether or not you are also getting a snow day, no matter how much snow you managed to have to go to school.

There is fluctuation too.

You have to give the credit to these kids.

They have turned it into an app to curb -- predict the weather.

No historical data.

Perhaps they could improve their accuracy.

We talked about the nfl games earlier.

There is a potential blackout.

There is one game that is still not sold out.

There will be cold temperatures this weekend.

How will that affect the game?

The storm system is pulling away.

Behind it, we have bitter cold temperatures.

Really cold wind chills.

He can show you some of the games that we have.

There is an indoor game and the outdoor temperature does not matter as much.

For the ones that are outdoors, there will be cold temperatures below freezing.

Some in the single digits.

Remember, for those of you who love to tailgate, if you will be outside, you're looking at cold wind chills.

Especially in the upper midwest and here in the northeast.

A cold one today as we recover from the blustery snowstorm.

This is what it looks like on the road.

That is probably earlier today.

We are really seeing some tough conditions to travel in.

So many flights were canceled.

By the time we get to tomorrow,

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