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Cold Front Brings Relief From Heat, T-Storm WarningMost of the Chicago area has finally caught a break from the extreme heat, and even see a rip of thunder and a torrent of rain before the day is through.
Chicago Falls Just Shy Of Record For HeatThe temperature is once again expected to rise to 100 degrees on Tuesday, and a heat advisory is in effect for the whole area.
Tuesday Will Be Another Day Of Extreme Heat Chicago was bracing for another 100-degree day, prompting emergency officials to ask residents to take precautions.
Parking Lots At 3 Beaches Fill Up As Chicagoans Try To Beat HeatWith countless Chicagoans trying to beat the intense heat in the city by taking a dip in Lake Michigan, officials have closed the parking lots at three popular beaches, after they ran out of space.
Chicago Temps Match Record At 102; Heat Wave To Last Through FridayChicago matched a 101-year-old record on Wednesday, as the official temperature hit 102 degrees in the city.
High To Hit 99; Excessive Heat Watch ComingThe outside world feels like the steam room at your local fitness center again, as the temperature nears 100 degrees for another day.
Chicago Hits 100 Degrees For First Time Since 2005 For only the second time in the past seven years, the high temperature in Chicago hit 100 degrees.
Hottest Days Ever In ChicagoTemperatures of 100 degrees or more in Chicago are actually fairly rare.
One Of Hottest Days Ever Possible On ThursdayThe area could experience something so rare that it has only happened once since 2000: A day when the high temperature cracks 100 degrees.
Unseasonably Cool For Monday, But Extreme Heat Coming This WeekThe weather is cool and springlike Monday, but don’t get used to it.
Temperatures May Rise To Near 100 In Some AreasThe beaches will soon be closing, the summer festivals are winding down, and parents are preparing to send their kids back to school. But you wouldn’t know it by stepping outside.
Intense Heat Lingers For Another DayChicago is being dragged through another day of intense heat, with temperatures again soaring toward the upper 90s.