Nearly 250 vehicles were towed off city streets Sunday morning when the yearly winter parking ban took effect at 3 a.m., according to the Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation.
On Tuesday night, a winter storm blew in, covering mountaintops and trees with a magical dusting of snow.
Alaskans have experienced both a record high temperature and a record amount of snowfall in the same day.
Commuters were greeted by frigid temperatures once again Wednesday morning after back-to-back days of record-breaking cold.
Snow and cold records fell as an arctic airmass that started in Siberia spilled over a big chunk of the eastern half of the U.S., including the normally mild South, on Tuesday.
Students at Kenwood Academy High School sat through classes in the cold Tuesday after the school’s heating system broke down on a day of record-breaking freezing temperatures.
Record cold temperatures are expected overnight in Chicago as the city recovers from a storm that dropped several inches of snow — snarling the morning commute as airlines canceled more than 900 flights and a jet slid off a snowy runway at O’Hare.
A powerful Arctic cold front will bring the coldest temperatures of the season next week to most of the United States, breaking dozens of November records in the central, southern and eastern parts of the country.
The Arctic front moving in on Sunday is expected to bring temperatures in the upper midwest to the teens, while freeze warnings are expected all the way towards the gulf coast on Monday, Fox News Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean said on Fox & Friends.
Better make sure to get your warm coat out of the closet, because temperatures are about to drop straight into winter.
Trick-or-treaters might want to think about adding boots and a raincoat to their costumes as a record-breaking snowfall moves through the Chicago area on Halloween.
A messy mix of rain and snow moved through Chicago on Wednesday, marking a record-breaking and unseasonably early first snowfall for Oct. 30 — with more snow expected on Halloween.
The northern Chicago suburb of Vernon Hills has postponed Halloween trick-or-treating to Saturday due to snow in the forecast, the village posted on its Facebook page.
This Halloween looks to be more frigid and frosty than frightening across parts of the country.
Chicagoans were met with a sloppy, late-season — or wrong-season — snowfall on Saturday, and it’ll be a while yet until they can finally say that spring has sprung.
About 190 flights have been cancelled at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport following a snowstorm that also shut down hundreds of flights over the weekend.
Wintry weather in northern Illinois has forced the cancellation of flights at Chicago's two major airports.