David James, a private meteorologist who provides forecasts for IDOT, said he doesn’t expect this winter’s snowfall to be as bad as last winter.
With the first measurable snow of the season forecast for this weekend, City Hall has rolled out a new online tool to help Chicago residents keep track of the city’s fleet of snow plows.
Keep your hat and scarf handy. You might not need them this morning, but you’ll be thankful you have them this afternoon and tonight, as temperatures are expected to drop as much as 25 degrees by Wednesday morning.
Remnants of Super Typhoon Nuri were moving off the Japanese coast, and expected to reach Alaska’s western Aleutian Islands over the weekend. Next week, the storm will bring bitter cold weather to the Chicago area.
The first – and perhaps worst – trick for Chicagoans this Halloween just might be the wicked weather.
Chilly conditions continue in the Chicago area, although there will be dry conditions throughout the day.
The warm temperatures will be ending on Tuesday, as temperatures across Chicago will begin to fall during the day on Tuesday.
The Old Farmer’s Almanac is predicting another winter of colder temperatures and heavier snowfall than normal; and, accurate or not, after last year’s brutal winter, keeping road salt stocked is proving to be an expensive effort.
From your smartphone to your computer, and even your TV, the technology around us is constantly changing, and weather forecasting is no different. CBS 2 has a brand new, state-of-the-art Mobile Weather Lab, which brings the forecasting right into your neighborhood.
Old Man Winter isn’t quite done with Chicago yet. More than half a foot of snow could fall in the city Tuesday night through Wednesday morning.
This winter ranks as the worst ever in Chicago, according to an online poll conducted by CBS Chicago.
A warmup is on the way to Chicago, with temperatures likely to reach the 40s for three of the next five days.
Starting Monday evening, snow will start falling across the Chicago area, with up to two inches of accumulation possible. However, lake effect may add even more.
Light snow is expected throughout the city and suburbs Monday.
Warm, humid air over Chicago is likely to create some strong, isolated thunderstorms around the evening rush hour on Monday.
A storm dumped as much as nine inches of snow in some areas and created slow going just about everywhere.
Get ready for the possibility of a messy, slow morning commute on Thursday.
Snowfall across the area on Monday is making for a long and treacherous morning commute.
Mother Nature will pull out just about everything in her tool box for Chicago this week, from ice to record warmth to bitter cold–all in about four days.
As most of Chicago woke up to another day of single digit temperatures, folks in Northwest Indiana were dealing with something many of us haven’t seen in a while: snow.