NOAA: The Fate Of This Year's Winter Forecast Lies In La Nina TurnoutForecasters at NOAA's Climate Prediction Center released Thursday the U.S. Winter Outlook and the weather lies in the hands of possible La Nina.
Riverwalk Restaurants Expected To Reopen After FloodingCity crews spent much of the day Monday power-washing the Riverwalk, after it was coated in grime from flooding due to record-setting rain.
Saturday Rainfall Breaks Records For Wettest Day Since 2011Heavy rain poured across the Chicago area on Saturday, flooding streets and rivers and breaking records for the wettest day in recent history.
Chicagoland Swamped By Up To Eight Inches Of RainHere are the rainfall totals for the past two days in the Chicago area
Flash Flood Warning In Effect Until SundayA flash flood warning is in effect until Sunday morning as heavy rains and thunderstorms are expected to continue throughout Saturday in the Chicago area.
Cubs, Nationals Game 4 Weather OutlookAfter Tuesday's washout, what's the weather outlook for the rescheduled NLDS Game 4 between the Cubs and Nationals ?
National Weather Service Alerts To Be More User FriendlyWeather service communicates not just with local government and radio and t.v. stations but says NWS's Chris Miller in Lincoln, directly with you.
Lack Of Precipitation Continues For Chicagoland AreaThe Chicagoland area dry spell is going to last a bit longer.
Record September Heat Wave Enters 7th Day For ChicagoChicago’s heat wave might soon come to an end, but it had one more record to break on Tuesday, as the temperature hit 91 at O’Hare, marking the seventh day in a row of unprecedented heat.
Heat Wave: 6 Days Of Record Temperatures, And CountingThe official temperature in Chicago hit 91 early Monday afternoon beating the old record for Sept. 25, when the mercury hit 90 in 1933.
Some Of The Hottest Days Ever In September For Chicago AreaWelcome to a mid-summer scorcher, Chicago. Of course it's not close to mid summer.
First Day Of Fall Brings Record Heat For ChicagoForget what the calendar says. It might be the first day of fall, but it feels like the middle of summer.