Area communities offer cooling centers because of the heat.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. | Lake Michigan's ice cover has set a record.
The third coldest and snowiest winter in Chicago history has clearly overstayed its welcome, but there is some good news coming from the miserable season.
Like an unwanted guest overstaying their welcome, winter showed no sign of leaving Sunday morning with Northwest Indiana residents digging out from 6 inches or more of fresh snow.
After enduring the third snowiest meteorological winter on record, region residents hunkered down Saturday for yet another snowstorm.
A steady stream of snow fell across Northwest Indiana again Monday, causing white-out conditions on roads and adding inches to be shoveled from driveways.
All westbound lanes of Interstate 80/94 were reopened as of 5 p.m. Saturday, Indiana State Police said.
Anywhere from 3 to 8 inches of snow is expected in various parts of the region by Wednesday afternoon with wind chills as low as 25 below zero to follow on Thursday and Friday.
As another deep freeze settles into the region, officials warned motorists of hazardous road conditions expected for Monday's morning commute.
Lake-effect snow dumped up to 20 inches of snow in some parts of Northwest Indiana, clogging Lake County interstates for most of Tuesday.
Northwest Indiana residents will experience deja vu as they wake up to snow and the threat of frigid wind chills.
Snow showers Saturday dropped 2 to 4 inches of powder and caused slippery conditions on region roads.
SHELBY | The Kankakee River at Shelby is under a flood warning until further notice due to weekend rains and melting snow.
Freezing fog created some slippery roads Friday morning , but temperatures were expected to rise above freezing by noon, lifting the fog and glaze.
Road conditions improved Thursday as the region prepared for freezing rain Friday morning followed by rising temperatures.
As Northwest Indiana residents return to their daily routines, officials warn motorists to continue using precaution on the roads.
As Northwest Indiana entered its fourth day of treacherous weather, police continued to report issues on the road because of icy conditions and drifting snow.
HIGHLAND | When Megan Cleary looked outside Tuesday and saw plows had left a bank of snow at the foot of her driveway, she lost hope that she could leave her home for the first time since Saturday.
While Lake County officials lifted the state of emergency driving ban, Indiana State Police closed down Interstate 65 between Merrillville and Lafayette.
Local law enforcement had one uniform answer when asked Monday what a state of emergency means.
As frigid temperatures hampered travel in Northwest Indiana, many region businesses closed or scaled back operations Monday.
Dozens of stranded people were saved from region interstates as a winter storm slammed Northwest Indiana on Sunday.
The unrelenting wintry grip on the region is expected to continue for the foreseeable future.
Old man winter is maintaining his tight grip on the region and doesn't plan to let up for several days, with hazardous blowing snow, 6 inches of new accumulation and dangerously cold temperatures in the mix through Tuesday.
Slick, snow-covered roads remain throughout the region after more snow fell since Wednesday.
New Year's Eve revelers may find themselves cleaning up snow Wednesday morning along with confetti.
The National Weather Service is warning of accumulating snow late New Year's Eve into New Year's Day.
LOWELL | Indiana state police reported about 10 slide-off accidents on Interstate 65 early Thursday.
CHICAGO | A storm with a 2,000-mile footprint threatened to frustrate Christmas travelers from Texas to Nova Scotia with a little of everything Mother Nature has to offer, from freezing rain, ice and snow to flooding, thunderstorms and possib…
Hazardous driving conditions are forecast for this morning after light rain and drizzle were expected overnight.
ST. LOUIS | Holiday travelers in the Midwest and parts East and South were keeping a leery eye Friday on a band of foul weather stretching across the nation's midsection that was threatening to mar the opening weekend of one of the year's bus…
As much as 2 inches of snow could fall on the region during the evening rush, making for potentially hazardous driving conditions.
Forecasters are warning as much as 6 inches of snow could fall across the region by Saturday afternoon.
Many area schools delayed the start of classes Thursday due to dangerously cold temperatures and wind chills.
Several school districts in Northwest Indiana issued a two-hour delay for Thursday morning in anticipation of wind chills that are expected to dip below zero.
The region recorded the lowest temperatures in early December in years Tuesday, and forecasters said it is only going to get worse Wednesday.
One person was killed and another was seriously injured after a busy night of police responding to multiple wrecks blamed on snowy, slick pavement.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. | A late fall cold snap that has gripped much of the country is being blamed for a handful of deaths and has forced people to deal with frigid temperatures, power outages by the thousands and treacherous roads.
Forecasters say the lake-effect snow predicted for Porter County will not be as bad as originally thought, but are warning that the conditions may still impact holiday travel.
Lake-effect snow could hamper Thanksgiving travel plans in the region, with more than 6 inches of accumulation possible in Porter County and up to a foot expected in LaPorte County.
MUNSTER | A strong storm left knocked down power lines and trees scattered across Northwest Indiana on Sunday causing more than 50,000 residents to lose power.
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