Lake Effect

A pedestrian crosses a snow-covered street in Humboldt Park on Thursday. The Chicago area saw snowfall for nearly three days straight, leaving 12 inches or more in parts of the city, and up to 18 inches in some northern suburbs. The heavy snow will be followed by extreme cold at the start of next week. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

More Snow, More Cold — And It’s Only Mid January

Starting Monday evening, snow will start falling across the Chicago area, with up to two inches of accumulation possible. However, lake effect may add even more.


(Credit: AP)

Lake Effect Snow Falling Around Chicagoland

As most of Chicago woke up to another day of single digit temperatures, folks in Northwest Indiana were dealing with something many of us haven’t seen in a while: snow.


A snow plow is ready for action in Hammond, Ind. (CBS)

NW Indiana Prepares For ‘Lake Effect’ Snow Wallop

Indiana residents are used to getting more than their share of snow. This week’s blizzard may be no exception.


Snow Dunes (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Lake Effect Snow Hits Northwest Indiana

A lake effect snowstorm is expected to drop about an inch of snow on northwest Indiana.


Two Workers Shovel Out A Car In Winter Snow. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Snow May Be Coming For Some Areas

There is snow in the forecast for Thursday evening. But it only applies if you live in Northwest Indiana.

CBS Chicago–11/04/2010