IDOT, Illinois Tollway System Prepare For Winter Driving ConditionsThe Illinois Tollway system has increased its plow and salt spreader fleet to 196 trucks, which will cover 294 lane miles this winter.
First Polar Vortexes Of The Season Coming This WeekThe season's first polar vortex is inviting itself to Thanksgiving week festivities in the Chicago area.
How To Feel Sunny On A Gray Chicago DayGray Chicago days can make gray Chicagoans, but a psychiatrist has a way to get people out of their winter funk.
Flights Cancelled At Midway, O'Hare Airports After Morning FogPassengers at Midway Airport faced dozens of cancellations from the overnight fog and from the ripple effect caused by winter storms in other parts of the country.
Fans And Players Have A Game Plan To Brace The Cold For Chicago Bears GameIf you are sitting in the brutal cold weather on Saturday to watch the three-and-10 Bears host the Packers, you are either a true fan, a little crazy or both.
Winter Weather Elicits Playtime For Brookfield Zoo's Furry CreaturesThe brutally cold weather is an invitation for most to stay indoors, but for some animals at Chicago's zoos the cold weather means good times.
Frigid Weather Making Life Rough On The Streets Of ChicagoCold and coping go hand in hand today, especially for people who have no choice but to brave the arctic blast to live or work outdoors.
Extreme Cold Settling In To Chicago Area This WeekDangerously cold weather was moving into the Chicago area on Tuesday, with lows expected to dip into the single digits overnight, and to plunge below zero early Thursday.
Frigid Temperatures Continue; Heavy Snow Coming This WeekendGet ready for a one-two punch from Mother Nature. Bitter cold already has arrived, and lots of snow is expected this weekend.
Arctic Blast To Keep Chicago On Ice For A WhileBundle up are the buzz words for the next several days in the Chicago area as temperatures aren’t expected to rise above freezing for at least the next 10 days.
First Snowstorm Of The Season Breaks Chicago RecordThe first measurable snowfall of the season hit Chicago on Sunday, and by the time the snowstorm was over, it had broken a record, dumping 6.4 inches of snow at O'Hare International Airport.
OEMC Reminds Residents To Take Precautions During Cold WeatherResidents should prepare for cold temperatures and snowy conditions by having emergency kits ready for homes and vehicles, according to a statement from the Office of Emergency Management and Communications.