Strap in for a rollercoaster temperature ride. Chicago is about to experience more weather whiplash.
Surging into the 60s Wednesday in Chicago but snow could fall just a couple days later.
After feeling like February this weekend we can look forward to a big warm up next week in Chicago.
Brace yourself for a couple of days of wintry weather, but the good news is that this could be the last of it for the next several months.
There have been a few tweaks to the snowfall forecast for Chicago this Thursday. The snow will be followed by a shot of unseasonably cold air.
Not done with wintry weather yet in Chicago. A mini cold snap is coming later this week and it will be accompanied by some snow.
Nearly three inches of snow fell on parts of Chicago Monday morning, and more snow could hit the area by the weekend.
Today's snowfall was only round one for Chicago this week. Get ready for round two.
Traffic was moving slower than normal Monday as the Chicago area was blanketed in a layer of snowy precipitation.
The first week of March is almost behind Chicago but wintry weather is right around the corner. Two rounds of snow could be coming next week followed by a blast of unseasonably cold air for the start of next weekend.
No matter when you mark the beginning of the warming season, much of the U.S. will continue to see freezing weather well into May.
This is Severe Weather Preparedness Week for Illinois. Severe weather can strike anywhere, any time of the year. It's a perfect time to plan ahead for severe weather.
I stuck my meteorological neck out last year and made a winter forecast for Chicago. How did I do?
It might not just be wishful thinking to say the worst of Chicago's winter is behind us.
IDOT says their full fleet of about 350 salt trucks are making rounds as the winter weather advisory is in effect until 6 a.m. Friday.
Motorists can expect messy road conditions as freezing temps and snowfall will continue through the night.
After a potpourri of precipitation this week in Chicago we will end the week with some sticking snow. This won't be a big storm by Chicago's winter standards but will have its impacts.
Not a snowpocalypse event but some sticking snow is coming starting late Thursday for the Chicago area. Once it falls it won't last long.
Our smorgasbord of wild weather this week served up thunderstorms, hail and freezing rain today. Next up on the menu is snow starting late Thursday for Chicago.
The potpourri of precipitation types possible in Chicago this week has gotten even bigger. It all ends with snow Thursday into Friday.