Old Farmer's Almanac: Warmer Winter AheadDon't get too excited. Chicago's been burned before, CBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran reports.
Pennsylvania's Groundhog Phil Predicts 6 More Weeks Of WinterThe handlers of Pennsylvania's most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, said the furry rodent has "predicted" six more weeks of winter after seeing his shadow at dawn Thursday.
Winter Misery Index: Illinois Ranks No. 13Just how bad is winter in Illinois?
Some Beasts Are Fit For This WeatherMost of those walking through Lake Shore East park Wednesday afternoon were canines and their humans.
Tips On Keeping Your House Warm This WinterAs bitter cold temperatures approach, it’s time to think about ways to keep the house warm.
The Chicago Area Prepares For First Big Winter StormThe entire Chicago area is bracing for what is expected to be our first big winter storm, which could create treacherous conditions.
Metra Gearing Up For Winter StormsWith winter storms in Chicago’s weekend forecast, Metra said it was mobilizing its crews to get ahead of problems.
Late Snow Doesn't Mean Mild Winter Ahead For ChicagoIt’s November 29th and the Chicago area has still not yet received any measurable snowfall.
Farmers’ Almanac, Old Farmer’s Almanac Forecast Contradicting Winters – Who's Right?The only thing they can both predict with certainty: winter is coming.
5 Non-Traditional Holiday Vacation IdeasFive recommendations for getting away on a nontraditional holiday vacation
5 US Destinations For A Winter HoneymoonFive recommendations in the U.S. for an unforgettable winter honeymoon
Residents, City Crews Say They're Ready For First Big Snowfall
OMG Snow? Already? Eh, Not ReallyFolks up north of Chicago got their first glimpse of wintry weather on Thursday morning.
Bugs Want Into Your Home As Temperatures CoolCBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports on what those pests are and why they are showing up now.
Past El Niños Offer Clues To What's In Store For Chicago Area This WinterThis would be one of the five strongest El Ninos since 1950, so, Mary Kay Kleist decided to take a look back to see what previous El Nino winters could tell us about winter in Chicago this year.