Riverwalk resaurants forced to close because of flooding could begin to reopen on Tuesday.
Expect "blustery" winds, multiple rain showers and cold temperatures this weekend.
Disaster victims still need your help.
The game was due to start at 4:38 p.m., but now will be played at 3:08 p.m. Wednesday.
Cubs fans should grab their raincoats if they're heading to Wrigley Field.
The leaves already have started to change color — and the warm weather could help make them prettier.
At least cooler temperatures are coming.
This weekend will be cooler, though, with temperatures in the 60s and low 70s.
Folks in Humboldt Park, Logan Square and Lakeview are stepping up to help with fundraisers and events.
The city hit 91 degrees on Tuesday, breaking another record.
This September could end up being one of the hottest and driest in Chicago's history.
Chicago just has to get through two more 90-degree days before autumn weather arrives.
The city has broken three records for high temperatures in a row.
The city could hit 92 degrees again Thursday, and more hot weather is on the way.
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