The snow might be over, after dumping up to 3 inches of flakes on the Chicago area early Wednesday, but residents are still bracing for the second blast of subzero temperatures in three days.
With frigid temperatures in Chicago likely to stick around for the rest of the week, the city of Chicago has plenty of options for residents to keep warm.
Chicagoans were hit with the coldest December temperatures in nearly 20 years on Tuesday, and the Wednesday morning commute could be a challenge as the area will get hit with more snow.
If 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.
By kickoff, it will be dangerously cold outside. Temperatures could be in the lower teens, and the wind chill could be nearly zero.
Roads could be a mess much of the day in parts of northwest Indiana on the eve of Thanksgiving, as lake effect snow could bring up to a foot of snow to some of the region.
Voter turnout is expected to be relatively low as voters in the 2nd Congressional District head to the polls in snowy conditions, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Get ready for the possibility of a messy, slow morning commute on Thursday.
Come Friday, if you forget your winter coat, hat and gloves, you’ll be sorry.
The City of Chicago says it’s ready for the worst when it comes to winter weather.
One of the worst snowstorms in Chicago history hit late Tuesday and into Wednesday. For the most part the city has shut down and started digging itself out.
Chicago is dealing with sloppy, miserable conditions that have made for danger on the sidewalks and roads and delays and cancellations at the airports.
CHICAGO (WBBM) — The warning comes too late for the drivers who were stranded for hours on end on snowy Indiana roads. However, WBBM’s Regine Schlesinger reports, experts say there are precautions you should take […]