Saturday will be relatively warm without much — if any — rain.
This winter seems to be all talk, no walk.
Expect a dreary end to the week and a weekend of snow and low temperatures.
Gusts grounded flights and shut down streets, but it wasn't windy enough for one Chicagoan.
A high wind warning is in effect until 10 p.m., with gusts up to 60 mph expected, meteorologists said.
Expect a little snow on Monday night and rain on Tuesday.
You can expect 20-degree days over the weekend, a welcome respite from the chilly weekdays.
Mather's Cafe in Portage Park will charge prices pegged to each day's high temperature through Feb. 28.
The young cats—now named Frosty, Icy and Elmo—stuck it out in the cold together until they were rescued.
There might even be light snow on Thursday, a meteorologist said.
Here are five stories that shaped one of South Side’s most storied neighborhoods.
In this winter's escalating war over "dibs," one side might have started using deceptive tactics.
It will be a wet — not a white — holiday with a high of 41 degrees.
If it looks like Styrofoam, it's graupel, not snow, weather experts say.
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