Up to an inch of light snow was expected to fall on northern Illinois by Tuesday evening.
Snow began falling on the Chicago area Friday morning in a system that forecasters say will produce brief but heavy showers affecting visibility throughout the weekend.
For those venturing outside Thursday afternoon, remember to wear weather-proof shoes.
A persistent blizzard has blanketed large parts of Spain with 50-year record levels of snow, killing at least four people and leaving thousands trapped in cars.
A burst of lake-effect snow is expected push through the Chicago area Friday, reducing visibility as the plume moves south throughout the afternoon.
Dr. Jeremy Alland from Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush talks about common winter weather-related injuries and how to best protect your body during the season.
Chicago may ring in the new year with an inch or two of rain, snow and sleet.
The season’s first major snowstorm pushed through the Chicago area Tuesday evening, causing headaches for drivers as airlines canceled hundreds of flights at city airports.
Cole Stallard, Chicago Streets and Sanitation Superintendent, talks about their efforts to keep roads clear and safe after last night's snow storm.
The city could see between 1-3 inches of snow, the weather service said, but areas around Waukegan, Elgin and Rockford could get up to 5 inches.
Chicagoans hoping for fresh snowfall Christmas morning were in for a rude awakening when they were greeted by single-digit temperatures instead.
Minnesotans were hit by blizzard conditions as temperatures dropped well below freezing on December 23.
Cook County opened its warming centers as officials reported two more deaths this season attributed to cold weather.
Police say a crash involving dozens of vehicles on an interstate in central Pennsylvania has claimed the lives of two people.
Light snow pushed through the Chicago area Wednesday morning, dampening roads in the city and causing several crashes where snow fell heavier in the south suburbs and northwest Indiana.
A dusting of lake-effect snow could hit Chicago Wednesday as a larger snow system moves through the south suburbs.
Winter is approaching, and this week should feel a lot more like it.
The Cook County medical examiner’s office announced Friday that six more people have died of cold-related causes, bringing the total number of deaths this season to eight.
Parts of the Northeast are going to get a foot of wet snow. Thousands of people have already lost power and accidents littered the Massachusetts Turnpike Saturday. The windy storm could result in near-blizzard conditions.
The parking ban will be enforced from 3 a.m. to 7 a.m., and will affect 107 miles of city streets, according to a statement from the Department of Streets and Sanitation.