Chicago Temperatures Colder Than On MarsHow cold is it in Chicago? Colder Monday morning than some of the coldest places on earth and in the solar system.
Sunday's Chilly Bears Game Could Be One For The Record BooksThe temperature for Sunday's kickoff is expected to be 1 below zero. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Global Temperatures Up, But Chicago Stuck With Record ColdGlobal temperatures have reached a record high in 2015 – but, not surprisingly, Chicagoans aren’t feeling the same warmth.
Lowest Reported Temperatures In Towns Across Chicago AreaNearly all of the coldest temperatures were reported between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m.
When You're Shivering Next Week, Blame 'Bombogenesis'Lucky you. You're going to hear the word "bombogenesis" a lot in the next week.
It's Cold Enough For Some To Fire Up The FurnaceSome Chicago-area residents have cried uncle after this week's drop in temperatures. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Chicagoland Temperatures About to Dip Way Below AverageThough fall has not yet officially begun, Chicago and its surrounding areas are about to experience a snap of cold weather this week, reports CBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros.
Temperatures To Plunge Again, Will Stay Near Zero Most Of WeekThough the polar vortex has returned north, temperatures in the Chicago area are expected to hover near zero throughout much of next week, with wind chills dipping as low as minus-25.
Snow Gives Way To Dangerous Subzero Temperatures The worst will begin Sunday night, when the mercury will dip below zero, and won't get back above zero until sometime Wednesday -- with a forecasted high temperature of 5 below zero on Monday, and 1 below zero on Tuesday.
A Snowless Record For Chicago, Warm Temps On TapThe warm, dry weather set another record on Wednesday.
Freezing Temps Hit Chicago, But Expect Highs In 60s TuesdayTemperatures dropped below freezing overnight in several parts of Chicagoland--ushering in a slightly earlier-than-normal end to the growing season.
Today's Near-Record Warmth A Stark Contrast To One Year AgoOne year ago, Chicago was bracing for a blizzard that eventually shut down Lake Shore Drive and forced hundreds of drivers to abandon their cars on the lakefront. Today, there wasn’t a flake of snow in sight as the Chicago area reveled in temperatures nearing 60 degrees.