Arctic Cold Returns After Brief Weekend WarmupChicago area residents will continue riding a seesaw of temperatures over the next few days, with painfully cold conditions Monday, a brief return of milder conditions on Tuesday, and then another bitter blast later in the week.
Arctic Conditions Break Feb. 19 Record For Cold In ChicagoAround 6:20 a.m., the temperature at O’Hare National Airport dropped to 8 below zero, breaking the previous Feb. 19 record of 7 below, set in 1936, according to the National Weather Service.
Dangerous Cold Settling In; Wind Chill Advisory On Tap OvernightBrutal, bone-chilling cold was seizing the Chicago area on Wednesday, and the city won’t see any release from the icy grip of this arctic blast for more than two days.
Wind Chill Advisory Issued For Chicago Area Saturday Evening, Travel Warning For Parts Of IndianaThe Chicago area is dealing with bitter cold and strong winds this weekend. The entire area is under a Wind Chill Advisory until 9 a.m. Sunday.
Subzero Temps To Give Way To Fresh Snow Thursday AfternoonWhile the mercury should rise back above zero late Thursday morning, and subzero temperatures shouldn’t return until Saturday, Thursday afternoon will bring a return of snow.
Bitter Cold To Start The Day, Steady Snow To End ItFrigid cold early Monday was only the first real taste of winter for the Chicago area this year. A winter storm Monday night could dump up to 6 inches by Tuesday morning.
Return Of Bitter Cold Leaves Chicagoans Doubtful Of Timely Spring WeatherIt has been 50 years since temperatures were this cold this late in the season in Chicago, but here we go again – temperatures near zero for what many Chicagoans are hoping will be the last time this winter.
Arctic Air Returns TonightWe're getting as sick of saying it as you are of hearing it this winter, but temperatures will dip below zero tonight, at least the 21st time that's happened this winter.
Deep Freeze Déjà Vu: Chicago Nearing Record For Days Below ZeroWith temperatures plunging below zero again overnight, Chicagoans were starting another work week in frigid conditions, and the city was approaching the record for number of days of subzero cold.
Subzero Temps Return Tonight, More Snow SaturdayIn a pattern Chicagoans likely are growing very weary of repeating, bitter temperatures will return to the area after the latest snowfall, before another round of snow this weekend.
Subzero Temps Gone -- For Now -- But Snow, High Winds ReturnThe Chicago area has seen the last of subzero temperatures for a few days, but more snow is on the way for the afternoon and evening, and high winds will keep wind chills feeling frigid the rest of the morning.
Latest Bitter Blast Could Lead To Metra DelaysThe return of subzero temperatures early Thursday could mean more problems for people who ride Metra, which was warning commuters to allow for extra travel time to get where they’re going.
Bitter Cold To Last Through TomorrowThe National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory from 9 p.m. Wednesday through 10 a.m. Thursday.
Frigid Week Ahead; Snowy Start To New YearAfter a mild weekend, temps have plunged below freezing, and will stay there through the end of the week, with lows in the single digits most nights. On top of that, the New Year likely could start with several inches of snow.
With Subzero Temps Gone, Weather Will Be A Bit Less BrutalFirst came the snow, then the bitter cold. Temperatures dipped to 3 below zero overnight at O’Hare, with wind chills of 15 below.