Steven Nincic took his two daughters to Prairie Fest because they wanted him to win some gold fish at a carnie game. And he did. CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley reports.
The extreme cold is gone, but Chicago will be trading that for some windy and snowy conditions on Thursday.
Union Pacific North Line trains from Chicago to Kenosha will be stopped in Zion and Highland Park because of “high wind advisories,” according to Metra.
The temperature topped out at a balmy 70 degrees on Sunday, but you’ll be needing a warm jacket again by the middle of the week.
The Chicago area will experience cold and powerful winds tonight, but no severe thunderstorms or tornadoes are expected, according to the National Weather Service.