Polar Vortex Perk: Wednesday on the Kennedy from r/chicago

You need to see this video if you've ever had a 2 hour trip into the city. 

If you made it outside during the historic cold snap, you might have noticed that there weren't many cars on the road. It seems like everyone was pretty content to just stay inside and not mess with the weather.

This apparently was the case all over the midwest and according to this video, especially in Chicago.

I've watched that video at least 5 times and just smile the whole time. The Kennedy is NEVER that open, even at night.

I probably would have made about 4 round trips in and out of the city just to enjoy the open roads.

We probably won't see the Kenedy this open ever again in our lifetimes. Just another memory of the 2019 Polar Vortex.