A city plow clears a residential street in the Bucktown neighborhood. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

The Snowiest Winters Ever In Chicago

With as much as eight inches of snow possible on Monday, this winter stands to become the fourth-snowiest ever–and there are still several more week of winter left.


Parking Dibs After Blizzard

Debate Over ‘Dibs’: Is It Time To End The Chicago Winter Tradition?

Is it time to end the tradition of ‘dibs’ in Chicago?


A pedestrian crosses a snow-covered street in Humboldt Park on Thursday. The Chicago area saw snowfall for nearly three days straight, leaving 12 inches or more in parts of the city, and up to 18 inches in some northern suburbs. The heavy snow will be followed by extreme cold at the start of next week. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

January 2014 Ranks No. 3 All-Time For Snow

hursday’s brief snow would have otherwise gone unnoticed in Chicago, except for the fact that it marked another milestone in what has become quite the winter.


This Jan. 30, 1967 photo shows abandoned autos littering South Lake Shore Drive near 18th Street. (Credit: Chicago Sun-Times)

A Look Back At 3 Of Chicago’s Worst Blizzards

Here is a look back at three particularly memorable blizzards of the past 50 years.

CBS Chicago–01/31/2011

O'Hare Travelers

Hundreds Of Travelers Stranded Due To Winter Storms

Some weary travelers are being forced to call O’Hare International Airport home for the holidays.

CBS Chicago–12/27/2010