Snow and blowing snow to continue until late this morning.
It’s Bermuda shorts and sunscreen weather, as the high hits a tropical 90 degrees Thursday and a roasting wind prompts an advisory.
Chicago’s weather will seem like a cross between Seattle and Miami Wednesday, as the temperatures climb to highs that palm trees would like, but the threat of off-and-on rain persists.
The temperature is expected to hit a balmy 70 degrees with sunny skies Wednesday afternoon.
On Tuesday morning, you might have felt as if you would blow away, as high and chilly winds gusted through the city for a second day. But as the afternoon goes on, temperatures will climb to the mid- to upper 60s.
A day that began with rain and mild temperatures is giving way to cold, snow and blustering winds.
Enjoy the last day of spring in January Wednesday, because within 24 hours, a powerful snowstorm will be clobbering the Chicago area – and it could make for a dangerous commute.
The high winds that hit the Chicago area last week not only produced Lake Michigan waves of up to 25 feet, but they had an effect on the color of the lake’s water.
The blasting winds resulted in serious damage overnight, from bricks that came crashing down onto parked cars to dangerous electrical fires. Huge waves from the wind also forced the closure of part of Chicago’s Lakefront Bike Path.
A blasting wind and high waves will soon arrive in the Chicago area, as a storm system drops down from Manitoba.
Are you sick and tired of the on-again, off-again rain that the Chicago area has been experiencing for the whole past week? If so, you’re in luck. But we hope you like wind.
Hail is falling across the Chicagoland area with thunderstorms producing torrential rainfall that could cause some flooding Tuesday night.
A warm yet cloudy Saturday will make way for a dramatic Sunday, as a mixture of warm temperatures and heavy wind gusts could produce tornadoes in the Chicago area.
Only light snow was falling in the immediate Chicago area this morning, but the frigid, windy misery continues.
Strong winds blew the entire roof off a Navy Pier stage Saturday afternoon. Nobody was injured.
Blustery winds have hit the area and snow continues to fall Sunday, as severe winter weather moving across the Midwest is wreaking havoc for travelers at Chicago’s airports.
The worst of the wind is over, but Chicagoans are advised to watch out for debris on streets and sidewalks as they make their way to work or school.
Another bout of damaging high winds is expected today, as people try to clean up and ComEd crews struggle to get power restored.
Even tourists who are willing to brave the wind on Tuesday won’t be able to see the views from the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.
The roof of a house was ripped off near far southwest suburban Peotone Tuesday morning, possibly because of a tornado.