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Weather forecasts leading up to Christmas are showing a pattern of above-normal temperatures in Chicago.

O'Hare »

Meteorologists observed the area's third-earliest snowfall Saturday.

Downtown »

An earlier tornado watch for several counties, including Cook County, had been canceled by 6 a.m.

Streeterville »

Residents enjoyed their day at the beach even though some refused to get their feet wet.

Downtown »

The 3.6 inches of snow recorded at O'Hare brought this winter's total to 79.1 inches.

Downtown »

The National Weather Service warned of heavy snow overnight that could affect the morning commute.

Downtown »

The National Weather Service said the wind chill could hit 30 below zero Wednesday morning.

Albany Park »

Between melting snow and ice and falling rain, all eyes are on the flood-prone Chicago River.

Downtown »

Cracks of thunder hit after 2:30 p.m., the first thundersnow since the Groundhog Day Blizzard of 2011.