The first major storm this year pounded the lakefront.
Snow this early on makes getting around the city a bit more difficult.
The end of October saw low temps, record snow, and high winds.
Chicagoans can expect a nasty winter ahead when it comes to waves and flooding.
Lake Michigan’s high water is taking a heavy toll on beaches, trails, and other waterfront infrastructure.
Plus, eerie shelf clouds downstate
The weather will rise already record high lake and river levels
Monday’s weather is the coolest the city has been in 10 days
Scorching heat and thunderstorms through the weekend
As if high temps weren’t enough
Beach goers should stay out of the water during the hazard warning, the weather services advises.
A sudden downpour did little to derail the festivities—at least until officials cut things short.
60 degrees in June? No thanks.
Another round of thunderstorms and rain will arrive before the weekend dries out.
The last time Chicago saw this much snow was 30 years ago.
Monday’s storm left trees, street signs, and bikes covered in ice
Subzero temperatures end for now
City workers are buzzing to make sure residents are safe
What you need to know about the dangerous Arctic air
Early Thursday will bring the lowest subzero temperatures
Donate single-ride CTA passes, park fieldhouses are open
Windchill temperatures will reach -20 to -30
Snowfall will begin Friday afternoon
Will the city ever see this much snow again?