The snow had largely stopped overnight, but flurries were expected to continue Friday morning.
After 335 days without an inch of snow, the past 11 days have more closely resembled a typical winter in Chicago, with alternating snow and cold. It’s good news for hardware stores.
A fast-moving storm will create moderate to heavy snowfall for a couple of hours on Tuesday afternoon.
Snowfall across the area on Monday is making for a long and treacherous morning commute.
The Chicago area will be under a winter advisory tonight and through Monday morning’s commute, with the National Weather Service forecasting 3 to 6 inches of snow falling between 9 p.m. Sunday and noon. As much as two inches of snow could blanket the city by morning.
The Chicago area could get as much as an inch of snow overnight, according to the National Weather Service. The snow could reduce visibility to under a mile at times.
Once upon a time, a record breaking warm January day in Chicago was followed by a record breaking blizzard.
An inch of snowfall in January wouldn’t typically even be noticed by most Chicagoans, but this year is a bit different.
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.
Experts say the lack of snow — coming off of an extremely dry summer — is literally stressing trees out. CBS 2′s Dana Kozlov reports.
The warm, dry weather set another record on Wednesday.
It has not been a white winter so far in Chicago, as the city has recorded barely more than an inch of snow.
The question remains: Why haven’t we had more snow? CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
The snow started falling on the North-Side around 9 this morning, just as kids and parents were waking up or wrapping up from opening all their Christmas gifts.
Those dreaming of a white Christmas in Chicago might get a flurry — but it won’t be a winter wonderland.
The Chicago area got only a light dusting of snow overnight, after forecasts called for as much as 4 to 6 inches in some northwestern suburbs.
It’s going to get progressively worse on Chicago area roads this afternoon and evening as the winter’s first snowstorm moves through, but the Illinois Department of Transportation said it’s ready to keep highways as clear as possible.
With snow in the forecast, the owner of a Bridgeport hardware store has his fingers crossed.
The snow-less streak is about to end for the Chicago area.
Monday marks another milestone for no snow in Chicago.