Snowfall By Monday Afternoon Could Reach 4 InchesLight snow could begin falling as early as 6 p.m. Sunday and will continue to fall through Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
Some More Snow In The Forecast For Chicago AreaOvernight, Chicagoland can expect some snow across much of the area, with higher amounts near Lake Michigan. 
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.
Another Record For February: 6 Consecutive Days In The 60sChicago might not match the record for warmest Feb. 22 on record on Wednesday, but the city did set a different one: the longest stretch of 60-plus temperatures ever recorded in meteorological winter in the city.
For The Fourth Day In A Row, Chicago Breaks Record For WarmthSo much for the groundhog's forecasting prowess. For the fourth day in a row, Chicago has set a record for warmth in February, a trend that easily could continue the next couple days.
Spring-Like Warm Spell Breaking Multiple Records In ChicagoChicago set records for warmth three days in a row this weekend, and several more temperature records could go by the wayside by the end of this week.
Chicago Breaks Temperature Record For Third Consecutive DayFor the third day in a row, Chicago broke record on Sunday. According to the National Weather Service, the temperature at O'Hare reached 66 degrees, breaking the previous Feb. 19 record high of 65 set in 1930.
Chicago Breaks Temperature Record For Second Day In A RowChicago broke Saturday a 36-year-old record for warm weather in February.