Winter Storm To Bring More Snow, Then Bitter ColdWith several more inches of snow possible over the next few days, the people who keep the highways clear said they’re ready for a busy weekend.
Streets And Sanitation Enter Phase 3, With 287 Snow Plows On StreetsThe city has upgraded its snow-fighting plan to a Phase Three, putting 287 plows on the streets.
Residents Shovel, City Plows To Keep Up With SnowfallThe snow started falling Saturday afternoon and many homeowners have been shoveling, trying to keep the snow from piling up.
Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect Until Midnight For ChicagolandThe National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning on Saturday that remains in effect until midnight on Sunday night.
Chicago's Full Fleet Of Snow Plows Are Working To Clear StreetsChicago Department of Streets and Sanitation's full fleet of snow plow drivers is now out clearing the city's main streets.
Illinois Tollway Mobilizes Fleet Of Snowplows For Recent SnowfallThe Illinois Tollway is mobilizing all 192 snowplows in response to the snowfall that is expected to continue through Monday.
Chicago Area Snowstorm Leads To Canceled Flights At O'Hare, MidwayFlights at both O'Hare International Airport and Midway Airport have been canceled Saturday ahead of the weekend snowstorm.
Winter Storm Warning For Chicagoland AreaThe National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning for Cook, DuPage, Will, Lake, and Porter counties beginning 6 p.m. Saturday evening.
Cold Front To Bring More Heavy Snow Monday NightA day after the city set a record for warmth, Chicago was bracing for another round of heavy snow Monday night.
Nearly A Foot Of Snow Possible For Some Parts Of Chicago Area; Blizzard Warning South And EastForecasters expect a winter storm could dump several inches of heavy wet snow on parts of the Chicago area on Wednesday, and produce strong winds that will make for very dangerous travel conditions at times.
Winter Storm Leaves Thousands Without Power; Hundreds Of Flights CanceledA combination of freezing rain, sleet, and high winds has knocked out power to thousands of homes and businesses in the Chicago area, and prompted airlines to cancel more than 400 flights at O'Hare and Midway airports on Monday.
Chicago Braces For Winter Storm; More Than 8 Inches Possible North And West Of CityChicago’s first snowfall of the season was coming Friday night, and for some areas – especially north and west of the city – the first winter storm could be a big one.