Drone captures snowy, icy Chicago after winter finally arrives

Check out this video taken after the weekend blizzard.

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The jetty at North Avenue Beach on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021.

Robert Gigliotti (RRG Photography) of SkyPan International

A real Chicago winter finally showed up this past weekend after a blizzard blanketed the city. Now, an arctic blast is on its way.

Wednesday, however, was a beautiful, sunny day — perfect to capture the icy lakefront and other snowy scenes from Chicago, from above.

Check out this drone footage taken by Robert Gigliotti (RRG Photography) of SkyPan International:

Here are some more images:

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A scene from Lincoln Park this week.

Robert Gigliotti (RRG Photography) of SkyPan International

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The lakefront on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021.

Robert Gigliotti (RRG Photography) of SkyPan International

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