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  • This winter ends up third in cold, snowfall

    This winter ends up third in cold, snowfall
    Complaints from winter-worn Chicagoans are warranted. The weather for the past three months has broken into the top three snowiest and coldest winters on record. Between the months of December and February, known as the meteorological winter, 67.4...
  • Believe it or not: Below zero for 1st time in weeks

    Believe it or not: Below zero for 1st time in weeks
    An arctic blast that followed the weekend's snowstorm drove temperatures below zero throughout the Chicago area for the first time in nearly three weeks. But have some patience – we'll see a warm-up to the 30s on Thursday. Or maybe Friday. The...
  • Another Chicago record? Winter had most days at or below zero--ever

    Another Chicago record? Winter had most days at or below zero--ever
    It seems that weather rankings are in the eye of the beholder. The National Weather Service has gauged this season’s chills, in part, by noting the number of days with subzero temperatures from the start of November through the end of March. By...
  • 2 to 7 inches of snow is expected Tuesday

    2 to 7 inches of snow is expected Tuesday
    Snow has covered the ground in the Chicago area for 70 straight days.  And while Monday's thaw will put a dent in the hard pack, more snow is on the way. Monday's 50s could melt as much as 2 inches of our snow cover as mild air arrives from the Plains,...
  • Truly Remote Start Impresses in 2014 Chevrolet Impala

     
    Regular readers are probably just as tired of us talking about Chicago's polar vortex winter as we are tired of persistent cold temperatures. If there's one car feature we can point to that made one of the area's coldest and......
  • Lacking sufficient lodging, L.A. tourism growth lags rivals

    Lacking sufficient lodging, L.A. tourism growth lags rivals
    In the battle for tourists, Los Angeles is losing ground to rivals Orlando, Fla., New York, and Chicago. L.A. County has broken its own record for annual visitors three years in a row — thanks to a rebounding economy, sunny California weather...
  • Quinn on Soldier Field expansion: 'It just ain't gonna work'

    Quinn on Soldier Field expansion: 'It just ain't gonna work'
    The governor believes it’s third and long for Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s dream of hosting a Super Bowl in Chicago. Gov. Pat Quinn said during a radio appearance this morning that he doubts football’s biggest game will ever be played here....
  • Chicago already plowed through half its snow removal budget

    Chicago already plowed through half its snow removal budget
    The City of Chicago already has used about half its 2014 plowing budget trying to deal with the deep snow and intense cold that took hold this month. The city has spent $11.2 million since Dec. 31 on snow removal, according to city spokesman Bill...
  • Oak Park schools to monitor temps through weekend

    Oak Park schools to monitor temps through weekend
    Oak Park school districts will be monitoring weather conditions over the weekend to determine if classes will be held Monday and Tuesday, when temperatures are expected to sink below zero. A Friday National Weather Service forecast for Chicago called...
  • Chicago schools to reopen, transit churning toward normalcy amid warmer forecast

    Chicago schools to reopen, transit churning toward normalcy amid warmer forecast
    Chicago Public School students will return to classes and commuters should face fewer delays with temperatures expected to rise above zero Wednesday. A winter that is one for the history books, however, is far from over. “I’d move in a second...
  • Temperatures climb into upper 40s as thaw begins

    Temperatures climb into upper 40s as thaw begins
    The winter storm that rumbled across the Chicago area Monday dumped more than 8 inches of snow in places, but much of that could be gone by the end of the week as southerly winds bring a brief thaw. Today's temperatures broke above freezing for the first...
  • A 'powerhouse' punch of snow, sleet, freezing rain, thunderstorms

    A 'powerhouse' punch of snow, sleet, freezing rain, thunderstorms
    A "powerhouse storm" will hit the Chicago area late tonight through Thursday morning, packing thunderstorms, freezing rain, sleet and maybe some heavy snow, the National Weather Service warns. Temperatures could reach the lower 50s by Thursday...