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Check out this night shot of Northern Illinois taken from the International Space Station! (Click to enlarge)
The brightest spot on the right side is downtown Chicago. Look closely and you can see the Kennedy Expressway, going northwest like a dart from downtown. The dark circle to the northwest of Chicago is Busse Woods Forest Preserve, immediately east of the Schaumburg shopping areas. In my lifetime I seen the suburbs of Chicago reach toward Rockford. You can see in this shot, those the hamilton michael kors bag suburbs are half way to Rockford here in 2011!
I detailed some of the things you can see at night around here. Along the Fox Valley, Randall Road (with it infinite number of stripmalls) goes from north to south through Kane County.
The I88 Toll Plaza between DeKalb and Rochelle is easily seen because the highway has large light poles on the approach to both lanes. To the northeast of there is DeKalb and Sycamore which have merged into one, larger city in recent years.
Rochelle Global III Intermodal facility shines bright in the night sky. michael kors hamilton large north south tote The dot to the northeast of there (not labeled) is the Byron Nuclear Power Facility (lighting up the darkness of Ogle Co). The bright lights at the UPS hub at the Chicago/Rockford Int Airport are seen on our city south side. Look closely to the northwest of there, you can see the Lowe Distribution Center (not labeled). The Chrysler plant is easy to see on the south side of Belvidere. And you can even see our commercial strip, State Street which is brightly lit from downtown Rockford, east to a dark I90.
What other things can you spot?
Here is another shot that allows you to actually see parts of the ISS! ES
With nearly 15 years of onair experience, Chief Meteorologist Eric Sorensen has tracked more tornadoes and winter storms than anyone else on Rockford television.
This year marks a decade of forecasting at WREX, the station he watched as a child. michael kors hamilton orange He has been honored twice with Silver Dome Awards from the Illinois Broadcasters Association and nominated for an Emmy Award for Excellence in Broadcast Meteorology. Readers of the Rockford Register Star have named him the favorite television personality two michael kors hamilton large tote saffiano years in a row.
Eric's work isn't limited to television. His forecasts are heard during the afternoon drive on seven radio stations in the Rockford Metro. He is also very active on Twitter and Facebook.
Eric's pride and joy is "Project: Tornado" a weather program each May that teaches students about the power of severe weather. To date, more than 35,000 students have completed his course!
He attended St. Edwards Grade School and Boylan High School here in Rockford and Northern Illinois University in DeKalb. After receiving his Bachelor of Science Degree in Meteorology, Eric chased tornadoes and hurricanes while working at KTRE in Lufkin, Texas and KLTV in Tyler, Texas.
Meteorologist Greg Bobos comes to Rockford via WYIN in Merrillville, Indiana. He is a graduate of Indiana University and had internships at WLSTV in Chicago and WRTV in Indianapolis. He is originally from Dyer, Indiana.
Greg didn't always know weather was the job for him. "I grew up wanting to be an astronaut because I was fascinated by the unknown. As I got older my interests turned toward the weather for the same reason, the thrill of the unknown and ever changing."
Greg is a movie buff as well as a television junkie. He's also good on the drums and has been in various bands during his high school and college careers.
Meteorologist Joe Astolfi was born and raised in Sandusky, Ohio, home to the world famous Cedar Point Amusement Park.
As a child, Joe would always flip through the television stations to catch all the different weather forecasts; his favorite meteorologist is Dick Goddard, Cleveland's Tom Skilling. Joe moved to Illinois to attend Northern Illinois University in DeKalb. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology and Geographic Information Systems certificate from NIU in 2009. Ever since, he has lived in the Rockford area and is thrilled to be able to forecast the weather for northern Illinois.
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