Sizzling temperatures will likely be around for a few more days, and for folks who have to be outside in this heat, it can be unbearable.
The heat and humidity could reach dangerous levels in the Chicago area this week, and could bring heat indexes of 100 degrees or higher for the next four days.
Near-triple-digit heat is returning to the Chicago area yet again Monday, but a round of thunderstorms in the afternoon might help cool things off – at least a little.
Chicago was bracing for another 100-degree day, prompting emergency officials to ask residents to take precautions.
It’s yet another sweltering day Monday, and more storms could be coming just a day after a quick round of thunderstorms wreaked havoc on the area.
For only the second time in the past seven years, the high temperature in Chicago hit 100 degrees.
The sweltering heat continues for a second day Tuesday, as temperatures again climb into the 90s and humidity makes it feel as hot as 100 degrees.
You may be planning to enjoy some sizzling Chicago blues this weekend in Grant Park, but you ought to take precautions to make sure you’re not sizzling and singing the blues yourself.
If you’re sick and tired of the heat and storms, you won’t be too thrilled with the weather for the beginning of this work week.
Just one day after a deluge gave Chicago the wettest day in its history — for as far back as such records have been kept since 1871 — a morning storm made this month the second-wettest July in the past 120 years in the city’s recorded history.
The stifling heat blanketing the Chicago area can really vary from place to place, so CBS 2 wanted to go across the city to check out the temperatures for ourselves.
The forecast high for today remains 97 degrees. But conditions will be humid and sticky, and the heat index will make it feel like it’s 100 to 105 degrees.
Record-setting temperatures could be coming today, the second day of sweltering heat and humidity in Chicago.
It’s the hottest day of the year in Chicago, with a forecast just a few degrees short of an all-time record for the day.