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The city could get winds up to 40 mph during Monday night storms.

Downtown »

It's possible northern Illinois will be put under tornado watch later on Tuesday.

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It's the first time the city's gone without snow in January and February (so far) in recorded history.

O'Hare »

A high wind warning is in effect until 10 p.m., with gusts up to 60 mph expected, meteorologists said.

Beverly »

There might even be light snow on Thursday, a meteorologist said.

Downtown »

It's "very unusual to have cold to this degree in December," meteorologist Edward Fenelon says.

Wrigleyville »

"Balls that would just typically maybe be reaching the warning track are just gonna fly right out."

Downtown »

Street closures will take effect Sunday morning and some will last into the late afternoon.

Edgewater »

Waterspouts formed throughout the southern end of the lake Wednesday, visible from across the city.

Downtown »

Watch for small storms and flooding along the lakeshore if you're headed outside.

Downtown »

Humidity will make it feel like 98 degrees at the lakefront Wednesday, meteorologists said.

Midway »

Tornadoes like the one that hit Chicago Tuesday are "short-lived and weak," a meteorologist said.

The Loop »

People should "keep an eye on the sky" when considering going outside, a meteorologist said.