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A family visiting from Michigan poses in front of The Bean sculpture in Millennium Park.

Manuel Martinez

Happy Monday, It's Snowing!

A blast of winter weather came just in time for Veterans Day in Chicago, bringing a blanket of snow and causing major delays at the city’s airports.

From the Lakefront Trail to Navy Pier, here’s a look at how Chicagoans are braving the cold.

A commuter makes his way to work through snow and slush.



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A commuter makes his way to work through snow and slush.

Manuel Martinez

City workers Mireya Luna and Emilio Balcázar lay salt to sidewalks in downtown Chicago.



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Ryan Puszka takes his two dogs out for a walk at Milton Lee Olive Park.



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Workers prepare Chicago’s Christmas tree for the annual tree lighting ceremony in Millennium Park.



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Workers prepare Chicago’s Christmas tree for the annual tree lighting ceremony in Millennium Park.

Manuel Martinez

Tourists take in Chicago’s Navy Pier despite harsh winter conditions.



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Workers clear out snow at Millennium Park’s McCormick Tribune Ice Rink, which opens Friday.



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A sign warns pedestrians to stay off Chicago’s Lakefront Trail, which is closed due to high water and snow.



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Manuel Martinez

Manuel Martinez photographs newsmakers and culture for WBEZ. Follow him @DenverManuel.

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