Southwest Cancels All Flights At Midway Until 6PM Due To FogSouthwest said its employees were working to re-book affected customers.
Snow Totals For February 11, 2018The following are snowfall totals for the past 24 hours, according to the National Weather Service (latest readings at 7:30 a.m.)
Sunny, Dry Conditions Expected To Move Into Chicago Area After 13 Inches Of SnowfallA winter storm that hit portions of the Chicago area with more than 13 inches of snowfall tapered off Sunday afternoon, making way for dry, sunny conditions for much of the upcoming week.
UPDATE: Snow Totals For The Chicago AreaThere is a Winter Weather Advisory in place through Sunday afternoon.
Another Round Of Snow On The WayLooking on the bright side, the forecast for the upcoming week calls for sunny, dry conditions after the storm moves out of the area on Sunday afternoon.
Winter Storm Forecast Improving; Nearly 7 Inches Today, 10+ By SundayA winter storm warning now is set to expire at noon for most of the Chicago area, nine hours earlier than originally planned.
IDOT Warns Drivers Ahead Of Snowstorm“Before getting behind the wheel, please ask yourself if your trip is really necessary."
Road Crews, Airports Prepare For Daylong Snowstorm That Could Dump 10+ InchesThe National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning, in effect from Thursday evening through Friday evening across most of northern Illinois.
More Snow Making For Slick Morning Commute; Another Storm Coming Thursday NightHeavy snow on Thursday and Friday could add 5 to 9 inches to what is already on the ground on Wednesday.
Snow To Continue Through Wednesday Morning CommuteA Hazardous Weather Outlook was issued by the National Weather Service at 3:32 a.m., warning of an elevated snow risk through the morning commute.
Snow Totals From February 5, 2018Snowfall totals for the past 24 hours, according to the National Weather Service (latest readings at 7 a.m.).
Up To 6 Inches Of Snowfall Possible By Monday NightThe National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for portions of north central and northeast Illinois, in effect from noon to midnight Tuesday, when three to six more inches of snow are expected to fall.