Cleanup To Begin After Tornadoes Hit Central IndianaResidents in central Indiana were getting their first glimpses of crumpled buildings, scattered debris, and destroyed neighborhoods, after several tornaodes touched down on Wednesday.
State Police: No Serious Injuries After Indiana TornadoesGov. Mike Pence said he would be touring storm-damaged Howard and Montgomery counties on Thursday to assess the damage.
Chicago Air And Water Show Begins After Weather DelayThe start of the Chicago Air & Water Show was delayed Saturday morning, as thunderstorms moved through the city.
Threatening Weather South Of The City With Torrential Storms And FloodingStorms continue Thursday in the forecast, with threatening weather moving south.
Farmers’ Almanac, Old Farmer’s Almanac Forecast Contradicting Winters – Who's Right?The only thing they can both predict with certainty: winter is coming.
July Hottest Month On RecordThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said the globally average temperature this July was the highest in any month in its records, which date back to the 1880.
Farmers' Almanac Predicts 'Bone Cold' WinterIf you are one who likes to plan ahead for winter weather, here is some advice: buy an extra puffy coat.
Flash Flood Watch Issued, Heavy Rain Expected South Of ChicagoWith heavy rain expected to hit Monday afternoon and evening, a flash flood watch has been issued for some far southern suburbs and virtually all of northwest Indiana.
Flash Flood Watch Issued For Chicago AreaThe National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for much of the Chicago area on Friday.
Chicago Sees First Tornado In A DecadeChicago had its first tornado in a ten years on Tuesday, but it wasn’t the kind of funnel cloud associated with a thunderstorm, and it didn’t cause any major damage.
Chicago's Steamy Weather To Give Way To Cooler TemperaturesAn air-quality alert -- for people with respiratory conditions -- was in effect until midnight tonight. Vulnerable populations are advised to limit their time outdoors.
July Was All Wet Across IllinoisIf you thought last month was particularly soggy, you were right: It was the third-wettest July on record in Illinois.