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Downtown »

Expect a dreary end to the week and a weekend of snow and low temperatures.

Lincoln Square »

Gusts grounded flights and shut down streets, but it wasn't windy enough for one Chicagoan.

O'Hare »

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

Downtown »

Expect a little snow on Monday night and rain on Tuesday.

Downtown »

You can expect 20-degree days over the weekend, a welcome respite from the chilly weekdays.

Portage Park »

Mather's Cafe in Portage Park will charge prices pegged to each day's high temperature through Feb. 28.

Edgewater »

The young cats—now named Frosty, Icy and Elmo—stuck it out in the cold together until they were rescued.

Beverly »

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

Bridgeport »

Here are five stories that shaped one of South Side’s most storied neighborhoods.

Jefferson Park »

In this winter's escalating war over "dibs," one side might have started using deceptive tactics.

Downtown »

It will be a wet — not a white — holiday with a high of 41 degrees.

Lincoln Square »

If it looks like Styrofoam, it's graupel, not snow, weather experts say.

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