Farmers’ Almanac, Old Farmer’s Almanac Forecast Contradicting Winters – Who's Right?The only thing they can both predict with certainty: winter is coming.
Today's Forecast (10/30/14): Cold But Clear; Rain Begins OvernightChilly conditions continue in the Chicago area, although there will be dry conditions throughout the day.
Today's Forecast (10/28/14): Temperatures Dropping In AfternoonThe warm temperatures will be ending on Tuesday, as temperatures across Chicago will begin to fall during the day on Tuesday.
Vets Say Wet Weather Leading To Deadly Disease In Dogs suburban veterinary center says cool, wet, fall days are fostering an increase in disease from a bacterium that can kill dogs with liver and kidney failure.
Wet Weather Leading To High Mold CountsAll the rain we've been having is making mold counts go sky high and those with allergies are just miserable, reports CBS 2’s Pamela Jones.
Road Salt Will Be Scarce, Expensive This WinterThe reward for surviving last winter's frigid temperatures and record snowfall, several states are learning, is drastic price increases for road salt -- in some cases, five times as expensive as last season.
Chicago Winter Forecast Could Be Wild In 2014-15 Meteorologists don't take much stock in predictions from the Farmer's Almanac, which is calling for a frigid winter season, but there are more scientific signs that Chicago would see a wild one in 2014-15.
Chicago's 2014 Has Been All Wet, National Weather Service Says 2014 ... it's been a very wet year.
ComEd: Power Should be Restored To Most By Late ThursdayCommonwealth Edison says nearly all of its customers who had power knocked out by Tuesday night’s storm, including 189,000 still without power late Wednesday afternoon, “could” have electricity restored by late Thursday.
Thousands Without Power After StormTrains have been stopped and thousands are without power after severe weather, which prompted tornado warnings, moved through the Chicago area Tuesday evening.
Tornado Warning Issued For Several Counties, Including Cook A severe line of storms capable of producing rain-wrapped tornadoes — and wind gusts of up to 80 mph — has been spotted in the western suburbs and appears to be heading to Chicago, the National Weather Service warns.
First Day Of Summer Could End With A Bang...Of ThunderSteamy temperatures on the first day of summer will pave the way for thunderstorms that could last throughout the week in the Chicago area.