Chicago Weather: First Half Of November Was Coldest On Record; But 50s Ahead This WeekAccording to the National Weather Service, the first half of November was the coldest in 148 years for Chicago, with an average temperature of 31.2 degrees.
Chicago Weather: More Heavy Rain Soaks Chicago Area As Second Round Of Strong Storms Dump Several InchesRain has cleared out of the Chicago area, but not before soaking the city and suburbs following back-to-back nights of storms.
Tornado Warning Expired For DeKalb, Kane And Kendall Counties; Thunderstorm Activity Still In The AreaThe National Weather Service in Chicago has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for parts of DeKalb and Lee counties until 4 p.m.
'Life-Threatening Waves' Prompt Warnings For Swimmers, Boaters On Lake MichiganWinds are expected to increase to 15 to 25 mph Friday afternoon over the lake, creating dangerous waves.
National Weather Service Confirms Tornado Touched Down In WaukeganThe National Weather Service has confirmed an EF1 tornado touched down in Waukegan Tuesday night.
National Weather Service Investigating Likely Tornado Tuesday Night In WaukeganA funnel cloud was spotted over the city near the Waukegan Airport around 7 p.m. The National Weather Service has said there is evidence a tornado likely occurred, causing a narrow path of damage for about two miles.
'Probable' Tornado Under Investigation In Waukegan AreaThe National Weather Service on Tuesday was investigating a "probable" tornado in Waukegan.
Rough Waves On Lake Michigan Prompt Warnings For Swimmers, BoatersThe National Weather Service and the U.S. Coast Guard are warning people to stay out of the water at Chicago’s beaches, due to waves up to six feet high.
Chicago Weather: Excessive Heat Warning Delayed, But Heat Wave Still Coming; Mayor Says City 'Completely Unified' In ResponseThunderstorms that moved through the Chicago area have delayed the arrival of a heat wave, with highs now expected to reach only the upper 80s to low 90s on Thursday, but extreme temperatures are still expected to arrive on Friday.
Heat Hacks: Weather Updates And Tips To Stay Cool During Chicago's Hottest Temps Of The YearThe hottest temperatures of the year are on the way for Chicago over the next three days, prompting an excessive heat warning from Thursday afternoon through Saturday night.
Streets And Homes Flooded In South Suburbs After Heavy Rain Overnight; 'This Is Just Not What I Need Right Now'Heavy storms moved across parts of the Chicagoland overnight, dropping as much as six inches of rain in some places and leading to flash-flooding in the south suburbs and parts of northwest Indiana.
Dense Fog Advisory In Effect Across Chicago AreaThe National Weather Service has issued a dense fog advisory across the Chicago area until 10:00 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Severe Weather Preparedness GuideYou can join the CBS 2 Weather Watch team for Safety Days at Meijer today in Highland, Indiana. You’ll be able to purchase a NOAA radio at a special price, and get free Duracell batteries, plus sign up for a free smoke alarm installed by the American Red Cross.
Illinois Preparing For Possible Historic River CrestsThe National Weather Service predicts crests along the Illinois and Mississippi rivers in the coming week could near historic levels.
Severe Weather To Hit The Chicago Area Monday AfternoonWith the severe weather, there is a chance of flooding and heavy winds. The thunderstorms are set to roll in around noon and continue through the afternoon.