First Measurable Snowfall Expected SundayIt may start to look more like the holidays on Sunday with the Chicago area expected to see snow.
Late Snow Doesn't Mean Mild Winter Ahead For ChicagoIt’s November 29th and the Chicago area has still not yet received any measurable snowfall.
First Snow Could Hit Chicago On SaturdayBy snow, we mean rain that could turn solid as temperatures drop. Shovels probably not necessary yet. CBS Meteorologist Steve Baskerville reports.
NW Indiana Feels Brunt Of Winter Storm, More Than 1,000 Flights Cancelled Parts of the Chicago area, particularly Northwest Indiana, are feeling the brunt of a major winter storm that has cancelled more than 1,000 flights at the city’s airports and could dump more than a foot of snow in some areas.
Cute Kid Challenges Cop To A Snowball Fight While patrolling the streets in Georgetown, Ky., a police officer came upon the most unlikely suspect.
Several Inches Of Snow Possible For Chicago Area On SundayFrigid cold temperatures on Saturday will be followed up by snow on Sunday for the Chicago area.
Ford Begins Testing Self-Driving Car In The SnowAs Google tests self-driving vehicles on Bay Area roadways, Ford announced they are testing autonomous cars in snowy environments.
Slick Pavement, Drifting Snow Make For Brutal Start To The DayIcy roads and blowing snow created a big mess of many Chicago area roads this morning, making for a very rough morning for many commuters.
Arctic Temps Return With Gusting Winds, Blowing SnowMonday’s snow showers have given way to strong winds and frigid temperatures on Tuesday.
Winter Weather Advisory In Effect For Chicago Area A winter storm is expected to dump two to four inches of snow on the Chicago area, with areas to the south and in northwest Indiana likely to get more.
Snow, Bitter Cold Bearing Down On Chicago This WeekendThe mild weather will come to an end for the Chicago area this weekend, as several inches of snow are possible Saturday night, followed by a blast of bitter cold on Sunday.
United Flight Skids Off Runway At O'HareChicago Fire Department, Chicago Aviation Department and FAA officials confirmed United Flight 1977 from Seattle slid off the end of Runway 27R into an overrun area after missing a turn to begin taxiing to the terminal. The airline said the plane never left the pavement, and stopped within an overrun area.