The National Weather Service is warning people to stay out of the water at Chicago beaches.
For most of this weekend, it'll be cool, rainy and cloudy. What else is new?
You can thank a lot of rain for the rising water level in Lake Michigan.
Barry Butler braves the elements — and plans escape routes — to capture some Chicago weather photos.
Stuffed up and itchy? It's probably not a cold that's got you down. Here's how to combat your allergies.
It'll be sunny and warm at the start of this week, but Friday will see a big temperature drop.
Saturday and Sunday could be the best time to get outside after a rainy, cold week.
A Detroit-based company is piloting a program that aims to improve drainage at the soggy park.
The weekend will be a bit chilly, but you'll finally see the sun again.
Neighborhoods away from the lakeshore could get hit with a garden-killing frost on Tuesday night.
High winds will continue Monday, with forecasted gusts of 30 to 40 miles per hour.
Nick Ulivieri has been hooked on photographing lightning since capturing a bolt on a trip to Italy.
Don't add to the water flooding the city's storm sewers: take shorter showers and flush less frequently.
The city will get chillier and could get hit by large hail and strong winds during some storms.
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