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.
Temperatures in Chicago will reach nearly 30 degrees above normal on Monday, with highs expected in the mid to upper 60s.
Get used to the chilly temperatures.
The summer-like weather we saw the past two days is gone, and it’s not coming back anytime soon.
Thursday is starting off with plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures in the Chicago area, but will end up cold and rainy.
The heavy rains that hit Chicago just before lunchtime are expected to stay around for the rest of the day and overnight.
Expect cooler temperatures today with a high of 70 degrees and a low of 50.
Temperatures will remain above average Thursday, and unlike this time last year, there won’t be a flake of snow in sight.
Conditions remain clear and dry, but cold, for the remainder of the day.
Chilly sunshine is expected for the rest of the day, but clouds are tracking down to the southeast from Wisconsin and they could bring snow Saturday morning.
The weather forecast in one word? Yuck.