As temperatures drop through the rest of the day on Monday, rain will turn to snow, and the far northern and western suburbs could get up to 3 inches by Tuesday.
The Chicago area has a frigid week ahead, with temperatures not expected to climb out of the 20s until Saturday, except a brief chance of flirting with 30 on Wednesday.
With thunderstorms likely to descend on the Chicago area starting Thursday afternoon, airlines have proactively canceled nearly 500 flights in Chicago.
It’s a harsh reality for some of us. With Oct. 1 knocking on our door, fall and a possibly frigid winter loom ahead.
The Oak Brook, Illinois-based company had previously said it expected the sales measure to be “relatively flat” for the year.
We know, we know, you’ve heard this before. Temperatures will get a bit better this weekend, but as has become a seemingly constant refrain this winter, we’ll also see a fresh round of snow.
A furry rodent with giant front teeth saw its shadow in Pennsylvania on Sunday, damning us to six more weeks of winter — a prediction that seems plausible to weather experts in Chicago who went to school and studied such things.
Unseasonably cold weather will stick around Chicago for the next week, with a chance of snow accumulation this weekend.
Keep your umbrella handy today. Heavy rain and thunderstorms are moving through the Chicago area.
It’s looking like a messy week of weather for the Chicago area, with more rain likely on and off Tuesday, severe thunderstorms possible Wednesday, and even some snow possible Wednesday night into Thursday.
It’s March 22, the third day of spring, but you’d never guess it by going outside or checking the forecast. So who do we blame for the lack of spring weather? Maybe we can follow the lead of an Ohio prosecutor, and take the groundhog to court.
We just got a briefing from CBS 2’s meteorologist Steve Baskerville on the dynamics of Tuesday’s storm.
A freezing rain advisory for Chicago area.
A fast-moving storm will create moderate to heavy snowfall for a couple of hours on Tuesday afternoon.
Remember Tuesday? When Chicago set a record for warmth? Tonight, temperatures will be more than 60 degrees lower!
hicago weather can be crazy in January, but this is one for the record books.
An inch of snowfall in January wouldn’t typically even be noticed by most Chicagoans, but this year is a bit different.
We are at the halfway point of what experts call “meteorological winter” and it really hasn’t amounted to much.
The day after Chicago set a “snowless” record, the area is expected to experience near-record high temperatures.
Chicago will likely set a record for the most days without at least an inch of snow on the ground, and there is little prospect for any measurable snowfall for the next week.