The Chicago Area Prepares For First Big Winter StormThe entire Chicago area is bracing for what is expected to be our first big winter storm, which could create treacherous conditions.
More Than 220 Flights Canceled Saturday Because Of East Coast StormMore than 220 flights were canceled at Chicago airports Saturday morning because of the large snow storm that hit the East Coast over the weekend.
Storm Suspends Second Round Of PGA ChampionshipHiroshi Iwata tied a major championship record with a 63, and Jordan Spieth put himself into the mix for another major.
Storms Cause More Than 100 Flight CancellationsAirlines had cancelled more than 100 flights O’Hare International Airport, where flights were also experiencing hour-long delays, the city’s Department of Aviation said.
Thunderstorms Down Trees, Knock Out PowerA fast moving thunderstorm moving through the Chicago area Monday afternoon and brought heavy rainfall and high winds.
Intense Rain Moves Through Chicago AreaHeavy rains once again hit the Chicago area Saturday afternoon, prompting flood warnings.
Chicago Area Cleaning Up After Storm That Spawned Five TornadoesChicago area residents are now in clean-up mode after powerful storms Monday evening.
Severe Thunderstorms Move Through Chicago AreaA tornado warning for Lake and McHenry counties was issued by the National Weather Service until 5:15 p.m. Saturday.
Storm, ‘Rain-Snow Mix’ Headed Toward ChicagoA storm system moving in Sunday afternoon could bring at least 12 hours of steady rainfall and a rain-snow mix to the Chicago area.
ComEd Restoring Service To Thousands After Fast-Moving StormRoughly 650 crews worked overnight to restore power to some 237,000 ComEd customers who were without electricity after a powerful storm blasted through the Chicago region Monday evening. That still leaves about 63,000 ComEd customers without power.
Quinn: 'We All Have To Work Together' In Face Of Major FloodingAs he toured flood damage in the western and northwestern suburbs, Gov. Pat Quinn declared a state of emergency, and said residents of northeastern Illinois must be prepared for flooding throughout the state over the next few days.
Nearly 5,000 ComEd Customers Still Without PowerThursday’s spring storm, which brought lightning strikes, high winds, heavy rain and flooding, knocked out power to thousands of ComEd customers throughout the Chicago metropolitan area.