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Wednesday, January 17, 2007

The latest from Storm Center 9000

We continue now with live team coverage of the Portland Slush of 2007. We know what everybody's wondering -- what will it be like tomorrow?

We don't have a clue. It's going to freeze up again tonight, and it's supposed to thaw out again in the daylight, but we don't have a clue what time that might be. And there's some precipitation in the forecast, but we have no clue what form it will take, when it will come down, or even whether it will show up at all.

Portland schools will be opening two hours late, or not at all. They don't know which. We don't know which.

Repeat: We don't. Have. A clue.

What is certain, however, is that the city won't be doing much to help. Police precincts remain closed at night and on weekends until further notice. But thank heaven, the aerial tram is operating.

Stay tuned to bojack.org Storm Center 9000 for more of our vital, comprehensive team coverage of the Portland Slush of 2007. Once it gets really bad or improves, we'll be the first to let you know -- live and on the scene. We look out the window -- so you don't have to.

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