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.
Big Snow Predictions Bring Big Business To Resorts"February is looking like a good old fashioned winter and it's about time."
Drivers Of Plows, Salt Trucks Give Tips For Driver Ahead Of SnowstormAs the snow falls this week, plows and salt trucks will be hitting the streets, and the workers behind the wheel have some tips for drivers.
City Officials Thank Residents, Snow Crews For Enduring SnowChicago officials are thanking residents for enduring the city's latest icy covering of snow this week, but they warn more is yet to come.
Snow Totals For Christmas Eve 2017
Residents Shovel, City Plows To Keep Up With SnowfallThe snow started falling Saturday afternoon and many homeowners have been shoveling, trying to keep the snow from piling up.
Illinois Tollway Mobilizes Fleet Of Snowplows For Recent SnowfallThe Illinois Tollway is mobilizing all 192 snowplows in response to the snowfall that is expected to continue through Monday.
Huge Snowstorms, Massive Hail, Very Mild December Mark Busy Year For Chicago Area WeatherFrom the coldest February in 140 years to the strongest tornado in 25 years, the Chicago area has seen its fair share of historic weather events this year.
Late Snowfall Leaves Roads A Mess; Temperatures Just Shy Of RecordMonday night’s snowfall dropped 1.4 inches at O’Hare International Airport, pushing the seasonal total to 82 inches, just shy of the 2nd most seasonal snowfall for Chicago – when 82.3 inches fell in the winter of 1977-78.
Record Low Temperatures Could Follow Late-Season SnowA mid-April snowfall that drew a collective sigh from Chicagoans late Monday afternoon was the precursor to some potentially record-breaking cold temperatures on Tuesday morning.
Brutal Winter Seen From SpaceEven from miles above the Earth's surface, it was clear this winter was one of the most severe we've ever experienced, and not just for Chicago.
Snow Total For 2013-14 Season Reaches 80 Inches The first day of spring on Thursday officially brought just less than an inch of snow, pushing Chicago a bit closer to the second snowiest season ever.