Showers are expected near Lake Michigan on Tuesday night through Wednesday night. It will be breezy and less humid.
Another band of showers and storms Monday evening into Tuesday could bring heavy downpours and gusty winds.
A strong cold front will bring more showers and storms through the Chicago area on Monday night. After that, much cooler air will bring a fall-like chill with gusty north winds.
It's going to be unusually warm again in Chicago on Sunday, but expect our low temperatures to dip down into the mid-50's by Wednesday.
A Christian school in northeastern Illinois that declined to enforce a mask mandate has lost state recognition but will seek accreditation in other ways, a newspaper reported.
On September 1, the average high is 80° and the average low is 62°. By November 30, the average high will be 42° and the average low will be 29°.
Two people are dead and one person is hurt after a shooting occurred outside the Kankakee County Courthouse.
Two men were killed and another was seriously injured in a shooting caused by "internal gang conflict" outside the Kankakee County Courthouse on Thursday morning, according to the Kankakee Police Department.
Witnesses who saw the shooting unfold describe what they saw.
The shooting occurred around 9:15 a.m. at the south side entrance of the courthouse near the detention center.
FOX 32's Dane Placko reports...
DANGEROUS HEAT: Hot and humid conditions continue in the Chicago area on Wednesday, especially south of I-80 where a Heat Advisory is in effect. Expect temperatures to feel like it's close to 110 degrees.
A Kankakee County man was arrested after authorities executed a search warrant following an investigation into stolen firearms.
Illinois will effectively end immigrant detention and further restrict local law enforcement’s ability to cooperate with federal immigration authorities under a plan Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed into law Monday.
A Wilmington man is accused of stealing three vehicles within a 24-hour period Monday morning.
Tornado warnings were issued for a dozen cities and towns in the Chicago suburbs on Saturday, including Bradley, Manteno, Peotone, Lansing and Bourbonnais. Tornado sirens briefly blared in parts of Chicago Saturday afternoon, but a tornado warning was allowed to expire after rotation clouds passed over the North and Lower West sides of the city.
Sunday's temperatures in the Chicago area are expected to be in the upper 70s and low 80s. It is going to be less windy on Sunday in Cook, Will, Kane, Kankakee, DuPage and Lake counties than it was on Saturday.
The Kankakee County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect or suspects involved in a home invasion in suburban Manteno.
Chicago will expand vaccinations to everyone 16 and up on April 19. If you are trying to book an appointment for a teenager who is 16 or 17, keep in mind that the Pfizer vaccine is the only one approved for use in that age group. Teenagers aged 16 and 17 will not be allowed to get the Moderna or Johnson and Johnson vaccines.
It's going to be a cool and dry week ahead in Chicago and the suburbs. Monday, April 12, will be partly sunny with highs in the low 60s and winds gusting to 35 mph. A dry cold front will pass Monday night.