Overcast skies on Wednesday morning will give way to more sun and warm temperatures in the afternoon.
Those lazy, hazy days of summer that seemed elusive for weeks, are here and likely to say around for a while.
(CBS) — Sunday will be another warm day for the Chicago area, but there is a slight risk for thunderstorms, particularly in the areas south and west of the city. Sunday’s high is 85 degrees […]
It will be a warm, humid day for the Chicago area Saturday, with the possibility of isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon.
By most reasonable measures, the weather on Thursday morning could be described as “picture perfect.”
Chicago has been reveling in gorgeous summer weather this week, and while there’s a chance of rain this weekend, there will still be plenty of sun.
Though the Chicago area could get some showers or storms in the evening on Monday, the rest of the week should be ideal summer weather, with warm and dry conditions, without being unbearably hot.
The Chicago area will have much wilder weather Sunday comparted to the hot and stormy day yesterday.
A Tornado Watch has been issued by the National Weather Service for the Chicago area until 10 p.m.
A heat advisory is in effect for the Chicago area until 8 p.m. Saturday evening.
Warning of an “oppressive” combination of heat and humidity over the next two days, the National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for the Chicago area for much of Saturday.
If you’ve been longing for the dog days of summer, you’ll get your wish this weekend, as conditions will be hot and muggy through Sunday, as temperatures will soar much higher than we’ve seen in weeks.
The rush for repairs is on after huge hailstones as big as a person’s hand pelt parts of the Chicago area, causing serious damage.
Chicago might finally be getting ideal beach weather, but forecasters were warning people to stay out of Lake Michigan from Tuesday afternoon to Wednesday morning, due to high waves expected along the lakefront.
The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for the Chicago area until 11 p.m.
Trains on three busy Metra lines were halted for about 90 minutes Monday morning, out of fear of high winds from storms that swept through the area, but it appears to have been much ado about nothing.
A fast-moving line of storms that brought heavy rain and high winds to the Chicago area Monday morning was likely just the first taste of severe weather for northern Illinois and northwestern Indiana.
While high winds prompted extensive delays on several Metra train lines, the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the Chicago area and surrounding counties Monday morning.
(CBS) — Sunday will be a warm humid day for the Chicago area. Temperatures are expected to hit 86 degrees before dipping to 70 degrees in the evening. There is a chance for an isolated […]
Saturday will be a warm day for the Chicago area, with the possibility of scattered showers in the afternoon and a chance for thunderstorms in the evening.