Chicago Area Storms Cause Power Outages, Flight DelaysStorms downed trees and created standing pools of water along roadways.
High Winds Wreak Havoc Across Chicago AreaThere were reports Friday of broken windows, downed utility poles and blown over semi-tractor-trailer trucks. Green Line service was halted between Harlem Avenue and Clark Street.
Storms Hit Chicago Region
Sunday Could Get The Worst Of Thunderstorms This WeekendSaturday will be mostly sunny with a high of 68 degrees, according to the weather service. Rainfall is expected to start overnight. Sunday will be warmer, with a high of 81 degrees, and showers and thunderstorms likely throughout the day.
Frost Advisory Issued For OvernightThe advisory will be in effect from 1 a.m. to 8 a.m. Friday for all Chicago-area counties in northeast Illinois and northwest Indiana, according to the National Weather Service.
Chicago Region Sees Rise In Anti-Islamic Sentiment, Muslim-Rights Group Sayshe first involved anti-Islamic graffiti scrawled in a boys’ bathroom at Sandburg High School in Orland Park on Feb. 6.
Snow-Shoveling Death Toll Hits 18 In Chicago AreaAuthorities stress that shoveling snow can be potentially dangerous.
Some Pediatricians Waiting On Flu Vaccines For KidsBut The Centers for Disease Control says the lack of supply is due to a shipping delay and not an actual shortage of the vaccine. CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports.
Storms Cause Damage In Chicago AreaWinds up to 60 mph and quarter-sized hail could cause damage to vehicles, roofs, siding and trees, the weather service said.
Nearly 10,000 Without Power After Monday's Severe StormsMonday’s storms hammered the Midwest from Iowa to Ohio with straight-line winds from 80 to 100 miles per hour.
Snow Gives Way To Dangerous Subzero Temperatures The worst will begin Sunday night, when the mercury will dip below zero, and won't get back above zero until sometime Wednesday -- with a forecasted high temperature of 5 below zero on Monday, and 1 below zero on Tuesday.
White Christmas Expected, Warmer Temperatures Through Saturday Less than an inch of snow will fall Christmas during the day around Chicago, according to the National Weather Service. There’s a 40 percent chance more snow will fall this evening before 11 p.m., paired with wind gusts as high as 20 miles per hour.