Category: Weather

View of Chicago's Skyline from 11:30 p.m.
(Paris Lewbel, WCHI News)

LIVE: Snow blankets Chicago

  A live view from outside WCHI News Studios in Chicago’s South Loop as another winter storm blankets the Chicagoland area. — UPDATE 5:35 P.M.: The National Weather Service in Chicago has extended the Winter Weather Advisory until 6 a.m. Wednesday. — Snow, sleet and rain continues to blanket the Chicagoland area Tuesday afternoon. A winter weather advisory, in effect until […]

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Winter Wet Lands

Winter Wet Lands

The middle, or what should be middle, of winter seems to have fallen upon this community once again. An odd occurrence lacking in precipitation as seen by all inhabitance of my native fishing village, Chicago. This winter grows cold, but not out of the ordinary, while leaving us untouched by the menacing fingers of Frosty and all of the other […]

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Huge waves take over Lakeshore Bike Path

Huge waves take over Lakeshore Bike Path

  Huge waves took over the Lakeshore Bike Path early Tuesday morning.

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Waves Crash Over North Avenue Beach

Waves Crash Over North Avenue Beach

Waves crashing over North Avenue Beach this morning, as the National Weather Service issued high wind and flood warnings for the lakefront. The National Weather Service predicted wave heights of 18 to 23 feet overnight.

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The snow is still coming…

With over a foot of snow on the ground since midnight, and more to come, the city is pulling out all the stops to help get the city cleaned up.

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Lake Shore Drive Closure

Lake Shore Drive was shut down Tuesday evening between Hollywood Blvd. and 67th Street. due to blizzard conditions according to Chicago Fire Department News Affairs. The closure is only temporary, allowing crews to clear roadways for safer travels during the harsh weather.

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As Snow Builds, So Does Hotel Business

While many Chicagoans are snuggled at home, visitors and those  who work out of town are left to fend for themselves.

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FEMA Urges All Residents to be Prepared

As Chicagoans prepare from the worst blizzard since 1967, the Federal Emergency Management Agency  is continuing to urge all residents to get prepared, especially for potential power outages and icy roads.

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Blizzard 2011: Chicago Public Schools

Chicago Public Schools have cancelled all after school programs

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Snow affects travel through Chicago

What is being called the largest snowstorm since 1967, is pre-emptively shutting down airports and bus terminals.

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