With Subzero Temps Gone, Weather Will Be A Bit Less BrutalFirst came the snow, then the bitter cold. Temperatures dipped to 3 below zero overnight at O’Hare, with wind chills of 15 below.
Snow, Frigid Temps Persist All WeekIf you’re headed to the airport today, make sure to check with your airline first, as more than 100 flights have been cancelled at O’Hare International Airport due to the weather.
Bundle Up Bears Fans; Game Night Will Be A Cold OneBy kickoff, it will be dangerously cold outside. Temperatures could be in the lower teens, and the wind chill could be nearly zero.
Chilly Winds Remind Chicago That It's Still MarchThe summerlike spell of 80-plus degree days last week might have led you to forget, but it is, in fact, still March.
Brutal Cold Brings Up To 8 Inches Of Snow FridayThursday's brutal cold temperatures were expected to usher in as many as eight inches of snow Friday for some areas.
Bitter Cold To Stick Around; Snow Expected FridayThose springlike temperatures earlier in the month seem like a distant memory now, as bitter cold hangs on for the next couple of days and a new system threatens to dump several inches of snow later in the week.
Chicago Digs Out From Season's First Major Snowstorm Bitter cold has set in after the snowstorm Thursday, as people struggle to get around, clean up, and start their cars.
Latest Chicago Weather ForecastLight flurries have tapered off for most of the Chicago area, but lake effect snow in northwest Indiana could bring a lot of snow to that region by Tuesday.
Some Chicago Area Residents Wake Up To Sub-Freezing Wind ChillsWith Chicagoans used to hot summer temperatures, it was a shock to the system to find temperatures in the 30s and wind chill values below freezing in some areas.
Brutal Cold Hovers For Another DayThe conditions were brutal Thursday , and city officials are again warning that being outside for any length of time is dangerous.
Bitter Wind Chills Follow 'Crippling' BlizzardThe blizzard is over, but conditions in Chicago are now miserable in another way.
After The Snow, Bitter Wind Chills In ForecastBitterly cold wind chills approaching minus 21 degrees are forecast to blow into the Chicago area starting Wednesday night, just as the massive blizzard leaves town.