Adler Planetarium To Close Wednesday, Thursday Due To ColdThe Adler Planetarium will be closed to the public due to dangerous cold temperatures Wednesday and Thursday.
Chicago Will Be Colder Than Mount Everest, Antarctica, And Siberia On WednesdayWednesday is looking like one of the coldest days ever on record in Chicago, with the high temperature expected to be 12 degrees below zero, which would be colder than some of the most frigid places on earth.
WINTER WEATHER UPDATE: Heavy Snow Blankets Chicago Area Ahead Of Extreme Cold MidweekHeavy snow has been falling for several hours overnight, and drivers could face a rough commute Monday morning, as plows work to keep streets and expressways clear during a significant winter storm.
Chicago Weather Forecast: Winter Storm On The Way, Here's What To ExpectSnow is on the way and Chicago areas are under a winter storm warning Sunday.
Chicago Weather Forecast: Area Blasted With Dangerous ColdSevere winter weather will slam Chicago during the next week with dangerously-cold temperatures below zero and frigid wind chills.
Bitter Blast Continues, With More Single-Digit Temperatures On MondayExtreme and dangerous cold has settled in for the Chicago area, with temperatures plunging into the single digits for the second day in a row.
Light Snow To Cross Chicago Area Tuesday EveningCBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist says Chicago areas could see light snow showers Tuesday evening.
Another Inch Of Snowfall Expected Before Storm Tapers Off SundayA winter storm that hit portions of the Chicago area with more than 10 inches of snowfall is expected to taper off Sunday.
Ready For More Snow? It's Coming TonightSo far this winter, the area has seen far less snow than normal, but tonight Chicagoland will be adding a bit more.
Freezing Rain, Moderate Snowfall Hits Chicago AreaDrivers should allow extra travel time, reduce speed and increase following distances while traveling.
Snow Showers, Sub-Zero Wind Chills Expected To Continue Into TuesdayScattered snow showers and sub-zero wind chills are expected to continue affecting the Chicago area overnight and into Tuesday.
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.