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.
If a few snowflakes help to put you in a more festive holiday mood, you may be in luck on Monday.
Chicago residents should enjoy this afternoon’s relatively mild temperatures, as showers and storms are expected to roll in later this afternoon.
Cloudy conditions this morning will give way to a cool, clear afternoon, as slight winds push away the clouds.
A gloomy forecast for the weekend, with showers, and possibly some severe thunderstorms on Saturday.
A chilly, cloudless day greeted Chicagoans on Wednesday, and fall colors are nearing the peak stage.
Clouds are beginning to take over Chicago’s skyline on Tuesday, with rain expected tonight.
A cold front bearing down on Chicago will send temperatures plummeting on Friday.
Scattered showers for the rest of today will give way to a nice, warm, sunny Thursday–but that won’t last into the weekend.
A new long-range forecast is out for the upcoming winter. What will that mean for Chicago?
Excessive heat on Friday will turn to soaking rains for the Chicago area, thanks to the leftovers of Hurricane Isaac.
While we won’t break a temperature record today, highs will hit the low- to mid-90s today and Friday, followed by a possible visit from the remnants of Hurricane Issac this weekend.
Chicago matched a 101-year-old record on Wednesday, as the official temperature hit 102 degrees in the city.
Following a day of triple-digit heat, the Chicago area is seeing some strong thunderstorms today.
Chances of widespread rain today appear to be dwindling–with some isolated showers possible later this afternoon as a cool front moves across the area.
Today’s warming trend will continue tomorrow with spring-like temperatures more typical in late April or May.
Cloud cover has replaced the intense sunshine of the morning hours, but temperatures will still be above average for the rest of the day Friday.
The unseasonably warm stretch of weather will come to an end this weekend, with some snowfall and falling temperatures.