Major Amos Shiels from the Salvation Army Metropolitan Division joins Good Day Chicago to talk about the 31st annual Chicago Bears Coat Drive, put on by Jewel-Osco.
Another round of snow will move through the Chicago area Friday night, dumping a possible 6 inches of snow by Saturday, forecasters say.
At least 3 inches of snow will fall by Saturday, with the heaviest snow expected to hit the Friday evening commute, according to the National Weather Service.
A Newfoundland woman was left with a car full of snow on January 18 after she accidentally left the passenger side window of her vehicle open during a record-breaking snowstorm the night before.
Some people in the Chicago area were struggling to stay warm Sunday as they worked outside.
Overnight wind chills plummeted to dangerous lows in what meteorologists are calling the Chicago area’s coldest night so far this winter.
Twenty-one people have died from cold so far this season in Cook County.
An ice disk is once again forming in the Presumpscot River in Maine.
Winds of up to 45 mph from the northwest are expected across the Chicago area today, leading to blowing and drifting snow, according to a winter storm warning. Bone-rattling gusts could create windchills of 15 to 25 below zero, according to the National Weather Service.
Up to 4 inches of snow will hit the Chicago area Friday evening before temperatures plummet to below-zero wind chills over the weekend, forecasters say.
The woman’s death was ruled an accident, the medical examiner’s office said. She remains unidentified.
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory set to take effect about 6 a.m. Wednesday
“It was rough,” said South Shore resident Herbert Johnson. “Very rough, never seen it that rough.”
In case you thought winter had disappeared, it came back with a vengeance this weekend for residents from Kenosha to Chicago to Northwest Indiana.
Airlines canceled over 1,000 flights in Chicago Saturday morning as a major winter storm began to move through the area, bringing freezing rain and high waves with snow expected later in the day.
Several people have died as severe storms have swept across parts of the U.S. South, bringing high winds and unrelenting rain.
A major winter storm is expected to move through Chicago Friday night, bringing freezing rain, 20-foot high waves and — later Saturday — possibly 3 inches of snow.
One man, 33, was found dead Nov. 28 in the 8100 block of Knox Avenue in Skokie.
The 37-year-old was found about 5:30 p.m. Dec. 3 in the 2500 block of West Ogden Avenue.
Drivers are advised to prepare for slippery roadways due to slush and poor visibility during their morning travel, the weather service said.