Chicago's worst February snowstorms

No big snowstorms on the horizon for Chicago but past Februarys have seen their share. Here's a review at the top three worst February snowstorms on record for Chicago.

Nor'easter dumps snow across the East Coast

A nor’easter is pushing off the mid-Atlantic coast Tuesday morning and bringing snow to millions of people in the Northeast and southern New England, with forecasters warning that snowfall rates in the New York City tri-state area could approach 1-2 inches per hour throughout the morning commute.

Tornado wreaks havoc in Putnam County

A tornado was confirmed near Henry in Putnam County on Thursday. Power lines were down and some buildings were heavily damaged, including a farm building that was blown apart.

Flash flooding rocks Louisiana

Another day of soaking rain swamped the South with round after round of showers raising the flood threat from Texas across the southeast.

Chicago's winter is past the halfway point

We have made it through what is typically the worst part of winter in Chicago. The outlook through the end of this month and into the first few days of February is calling for a relatively mild pattern overall.