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City to escape another major snowstorm

City to escape another major snowstorm
Written by Brad Walters on 2016-02-02


Satellite imagery late Monday evening showed a swirling mass of clouds over the southern Rockies. This large system is forecast to become a blizzard-producing winter storm over the central Plains by Tuesday morning.Based on current forecasts, the center of low pressure will pass just north of Chicago early Wednesday morning, meaning that the metro area will be in mild air. An influx of Gulf moisture...(Read More)

Weekend warmup followed by winter storm

Weekend warmup followed by winter storm
Written by Brad Walters on 2016-01-28


Northwest winds will push seasonably cold air into our area Thursday with expected high temperatures in the low 30s — Wednesday's highs were 33 at O'Hare and 34 degrees at Midway. Winds shift to the southwest Friday, starting a warmup that should see readings reach the mid- to upper 40s Saturday and Sunday.Showers are likely later Sunday followed by a little cooler air Monday ahead of a winter...(Read More)

Flurries here while monster storm hits southeast

Flurries here while monster storm hits southeast
Written by Brad Walters on 2016-01-23


Lake-effect snow showers dropped about a half-inch of snow Friday over Chicago with lesser amounts farther inland, and the monster winter storm was intensifying as it headed up the Atlantic Coast. Ten to 15 inches of snow had already blanketed Kentucky on Friday evening. Five to 15 inches of heavy snow along with freezing rain hit Tennessee (nearly 10 inches in Nashville) and spread east through...(Read More)

Cold through Monday, then warmer

Cold through Monday, then warmer
Written by Brad Walters on 2016-01-17


Colder air will spread across the Chicago area Saturday, accompanied by snow flurries late in the day and at night. A little light snow will continue Sunday, along with very low temperatures. Snow will end in the afternoon and skies will clear Sunday night, setting the stage for the lowest temperatures of the season so far. Lake-effect snow that will start in the Indiana and lower Michigan snow belts...(Read More)

Light snow to accompany warmer weather

Light snow to accompany warmer weather
Written by Brad Walters on 2016-01-12


Cold air early Wednesday morning drove readings below zero in many locations, but that is over. Milder air is heading to Chicago and a little light snow may occur as the warmup gets underway Wednesday. Snow will be light, with accumulations of 1 inch or less.Temperatures should climb into the upper 30s Thursday and to 40 degrees Friday, but then another surge of arctic air — the coldest yet...(Read More)

Rain on Friday; snow begins Saturday afternoon

Rain on Friday; snow begins Saturday afternoon
Written by Brad Walters on 2016-01-07


Chicago is set to experience two weather systems through Saturday. The first system brings rain Friday and the second system brings snow that begins midday Saturday and continues into Sunday morning. Rather mild weather will accompany Friday's rain, but cold air arrives Saturday morning. Saturday's high temperature in the upper 30s will take place early in the day, and readings will fall during the...(Read More)

Lake-effect snow showers possible in Chicago area Sunday night into Monday

Lake-effect snow showers possible in Chicago area Sunday night into Monday
Written by Brad Walters on 2016-01-02


Over Chicago Sunday north to northwest winds will be strengthening along the leading edge of high pressure building into our area. This cold flow over the snow and ice cover will reflect the sun's rays and temperatures will struggle to reach the 30-degree mark.Lake-effect snow showers will likely develop over northwest Indiana later Sunday and as the winds become more northeasterly overnight into...(Read More)

Sleet makes for hazardous travel, flooding

Sleet makes for hazardous travel, flooding
Written by Brad Walters on 2015-12-28


With cold air in place tempered by strong easterly winds off Lake Michigan, warm, moist air overrunning low pressure advanced on our area Monday from the southwest. Rain fell through subfreezing temperatures just above the ground — reaching the surface as ice pellets or sleet. Water content in the 1 to 3 inches of sleet that covered the ground was equivalent to 1 to 2 inches of water that will...(Read More)

Mild December temperatures to continue

Mild December temperatures to continue
Written by Brad Walters on 2015-12-21


After a brief cold snap early this past weekend, strong south winds ushered a rapid warmup into the Midwest. Saturday's subfreezing air produced our only day of below-normal readings this month. Sunday's 50-degree weather regained any lost temperature surplus. December's average temperature stands at an even 40 degrees, a level 10.7 degrees above normal. The month currently ranks as the third warmest...(Read More)





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