The National Weather Service on Wednesday warned of possible agricultural land flooding along part of the Kankakee River and dangerous swimming conditions in Lake Michigan.
Lightning caused at least one fire Monday afternoon as a line of storms brought rain and cooler temperatures to the region.
A strong, slow-moving thunderstorm hit western Lake County on Saturday afternoon, closing U.S. 30 in both directions near U.S. 41 and stranding some motorists in floodwaters.
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The latest snowfall left thousands without power for most of Wednesday and caused numerous crashes.
The National Weather Service is warning of blizzard-like conditions late Tuesday night through Wednesday morning, with 8 inches of accumulation possible by the time it's all over.
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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.
The National Weather Service is warning of accumulating snow late New Year's Eve into New Year's Day.
A forecast for potentially record-breaking temperatures in the mid to upper 90s prompted some school closings and early dismissals Tuesday.
Area police reported few problems on the roads overnight and early Friday morning after snow fell across the region.
A wind advisory is in effect with wind gusts of 50 mph whipping through the region.
A winter storm is expected to sock the region Sunday with more than a quarter of an inch of ice.
The region's first blast of brutal winter air arrived early Tuesday morning, with wind chills dipping to 15 degrees below zero.
The latest first snowfall of the season in Chicago-area history is set to fall this afternoon with the arrival of a winter storm that forecasters say could cause blizzard-like conditions near the Lake Michigan shoreline in Lake and Porter counties.
Forecasters are warning of the potential for a major winter storm that could leave as much as half a foot of snow on the ground Thursday, create hazardous driving conditions and impact air travel in Chicago.
The National Weather Service has issued a dense fog advisory for the region.
The region could get a brief but potentially dangerous reprieve from the drought this afternoon and evening.
The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for the region from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. today, with temperatures expected to hover around 100.
Temperatures are again expected to dip below the freezing mark Wednesday night into Thursday morning, prompting a freeze watch for the region.
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