Poor Air Quality Prompts Ozone Action Day For Chicago The National Weather Service has declared an ozone action day for the Chicagoland area.
Air Quality Warning Issued For Thursday In ChicagoThursday's air quality is expected to take a turn for the worse.
Great Weather Expected For Weekend FestivalsDespite the high waves along Lake Michigan Friday, this weekend is expected to be among one of the best of the summer in terms of weather conditions.
High Waves On Lake Michigan Prompt Warnings For Swimmers, BoatersPlanning to head to the beach to kick off the weekend? You’ll want to stay out of the water, because of large waves and dangerous currents.
100 Degrees: The Hottest Days Ever In ChicagoWhile this weekend will be a hot one, temperatures are expected to stay below 100 degrees, although head indexes could reach above that.
Another Weekend Heat Wave Brings Warnings, With 'Feels Like' Temps Above 100 DegreesExtreme heat returns today, and emergency officials are sounding the alarm, suggesting precautions everyone should take to stay cool.
Sweltering Weekend Forecast Brings Excessive Heat WatchChicago could see the hottest temperatures of the year this weekend, prompting an excessive heat watch starting Friday morning.
Rain Totals For June 20-22, 2018Some areas reported 4 inches of rain or more over the first two days of summer.
Rainy Start To Summer Brings Flooding Concerns To Chicago AreaRain has been falling on and off since early Thursday morning, with heavy downpours at times leading to flooded streets and viaducts.
Fox River Stays At Bay Amid Flood WarningsA flood watch blanketing the Chicago area Thursday left residents in towns near the Fox River keeping a watchful eye on water levels tonight.
Flooded Roadways Causing Concerns, Headaches For DriversWhat Mother Nature sent streaming into Chicago, workers waded through and tried to send it elsewhere.
Heavy Rains On First Day Of Summer Prompt Flood Watches, WarningsThe National Weather Service has issued an urban and small stream flood advisory for most of northern Illinois through 11:45 a.m. Thursday.