Light Snow Could Bookend Relatively Mild WeekendChicago could get some flurries Friday night, ahead of a warming trend for the weekend, and then next week could start with more light snow.
Rainy Day Ahead For Chicago AreaThanks to the mild temperatures, Chicago will avoid the heavy snow expected to blanket much of Wisconsin on Tuesday, but the city should get a fair amount of rain.
Mild Temperatures To Start The Week, Storms Possible TuesdayA warm trend was continuing in Chicago on Monday, and thunderstorms are possible on Tuesday before we see a turn to colder weather mid-week.
Mild Weekend Ahead For ChicagoA big warmup is ahead for Chicago this weekend, as temperatures could reach the low 50s on Saturday and Sunday.
Flurries Tonight, Temperatures In the 40s This WeekendAccording to the National Weather Service, light snow was expected to develop after 7 p.m. Wednesday, north of a line from Belvidere, Illinois, to Gary, Indiana.
49 Years Ago Today: Infamous Blizzard Of '67 Paralyzed ChicagoStarting nearly 50 years ago today, Chicago endured the worst blizzard in its history, watching as 23 inches of snow blanketed the city and suburbs, bringing the area to a virtual standstill.
Mild Monday For Chicago, With Light Rain And Patchy Fog In The AfternoonTemperatures were expected to reach the upper 30s and low 40s across the Chicago area on Monday. Beginning around 2 p.m., light rain will begin developing, and while precipitation won’t be heavy, it could slow the afternoon commute. Patchy fog also is possible as the system moves through northern Illinois.
Calm Winter Weekend Ahead For ChicagoCompared to most of the East Coast, Chicago will have it very easy in terms of winter weather this weekend, with only a bit of light lake effect snow on Friday.
Light Snow Overnight Giving Way To Milder TemperaturesLight snow and flurries were still falling during the Wednesday morning commute, but should end by mid-morning, as a slow warming trend begins for the Chicago area.
More Frigid Weather Tuesday, Light Snow At NightTuesday’s high was expected to reach about 15 degrees; better than Monday’s high of 7, but still well below normal for mid-January, when the high is usually in the low 30s, according to the National Weather Service.
Bitter Blast To Last All Day MondayPile on the hats, scarves, and gloves on Monday; even if you’re only outside for a few minutes. Temperatures will be in the single digits, or even below zero, virtually all day on Monday.
Brief Thaw For Chicago, Then Back To Arctic Temps By SundayAfter enduring more than three days of frigid temperatures, Chicago residents will have a couple days to thaw out before single digit temperatures rear their ugly heads again.