If you’ve felt like you’ve been living in San Francisco the past couple weeks, that’s just another weird weather phenomenon you can blame on the brutal weather this past winter.
The National Weather Service issued a dense fog advisory for areas near Lake Michigan in Cook and Lake counties about 7:30 p.m. Friday until 9 a.m. Saturday.
A dense fog blanketing Chicago is affecting Thanksgiving travel plans on Wednesday.
Looking back on the beautiful, sunny skies on Saturday as Chicagoans enjoyed the Bud Billiken Parade and the North Halsted Street Market Days, this may seem like the worst kind of Monday. But look for sunshine again on Tuesday.
The skies are dreary as rain falls off and on this Monday, but a little patience will pay off, because it will feel like summer again later in the week.
The National Weather Service has issued a dense fog warning for Lake and Cook Counties Friday evening.
Clouds and patchy fog will continue through the afternoon, as temperatures once again top out in the 40s.
Thunderstorms swept through the Chicago area overnight, but don’t get fooled — it’s still January, and more snow is soon coming.
Fog will continue to lift in the Chicago area Wednesday afternoon, but light drizzle and dreary conditions are expected.
Winter officially begins later Wednesday, but the Chicago area has a thick soup of fog in lieu of the usual snow and bitter winds.
Two separate crashes involving multiple vehicles on Interstate 55 in Will County, leaving several people seriously injured.
Delays of up to three hours are being reported at Midway International Airport due to fog hovering over the Chicago area.
While the East Coast digs out from a snowstorm that dumped 15 inches, the Chicago area will be seeing a little bit of snow today, too.
The weather was springlike this New Year’s Eve, but the skies were volatile, as rain and thunder erupted over the course of the day.
Hundreds of flights were canceled Thursday at Chicago airports because of poor visibility, on the heels of last weekend’s East Coast snowstorms.
Foggy conditions Thursday morning made for big problems at O’Hare and Midway international airports.
A combination of strong thunderstorms, followed by violent and destructive winds, will make for one of the most dangerous storms in 70 years.
The fog was making it a challenge to see where you’re going in some portions of the Chicago area Tuesday morning.