Thirty thousand people signed up for what turned out to be a windy Shamrock Shuffle.
The thermometer may disagree, but a lot of people are gearing up for the coming boating season.
Temperatures continue to be below normal for the Chicago area, with a high of 36 degrees on Saturday.
Spring just keeps hitting the snooze button on us.
The trucks will focus on arterial streets, Lake Shore Drive, hills, bridge decks, overpasses and “other vital public safety locations” early Friday, according to a statement from the department.
According to the National Weather Service, 5.8 inches of snow fell at O’Hare International Airport during Monday’s snowstorm, bringing the official total for the month to 6.5 inches. The average snowfall for March in Chicago is 5.6 inches.
CHICAGO (CBS) – Below are the total snow fall amounts measured by National Weather Service observers on Monday, March 24, 2015: Monday’s snowstorm was the latest in the year Chicago has had more than 5 […]
Many golfers have been starting to scratch that spring itch in the past week, that is, until the snow that dropped on the Chicago area Monday.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory until noon. Forecasters predicted up to 2 to 4 inches of snow north of Interstate 80, and 3 to 5 inches north of a line from Dixon to Waukegan.
A light snowfall starting in the overnight hours could make for a messy rush hour commute Monday morning. About one to two inches of snow are expected by Monday morning.
Saturday will be mostly sunny with a high of 50 degrees, cooling to 30 degrees in the evening.
After a long cold winter, at last spring is in the air. So is something else. CBS 2’s Chris Martinez reports.
Global temperatures have reached a record high in 2015 – but, not surprisingly, Chicagoans aren’t feeling the same warmth.
While Friday and Saturday should see temperatures in the 50s, or slightly above normal for this time of year, Sunday and Monday will be much chillier, with conditions more suitable for late February.
The National Weather Service issued a lakeshore flood advisory for Cook County, and Lake and Porter counties in northwest Indiana, until 1 p.m. Chicago time.
Hustle up, you don’t want to miss this: Chicago hasn’t experienced a 70 degree day since late October of 2014.
The South Side Irish Parade is a St. Patrick’s tradition for thousands of Chicagoans.
The Chicago River has been dyed green and the sun is out for the downtown St. Patrick’s Day parade.
While it won’t be as warm as Friday’s temperatures in the 60s, there should be plenty of sun and mild weather on Saturday and Sunday.
Visibility may sink to zero at times, but is expected to hover around a quarter mile, according to the National Weather Service.