Stories about the weather in northern Illinois
The Whiteside County Multi-Jurisdictional All Hazards Mitigation Plan will be available for public review and comment starting May 19.
One EF-0 tornado snapped tree branches and uprooted some trees as it traveled about two miles (3.2 kilometers) on the ground before 5 p.m. Saturday west of Chicago in Oak Brook
Conditions are favorable for a tornado Saturday, the National Weather Service said.
The U.S. National Weather Service Chicago said tornadoes are a possiblity later today for Will and Grundy counties.
Wind gusts reported on Thursday across northern Illinois
A warning about damaging winds with gust up to 60 mph has been issued for northern Illinois, the National Weather Service advised.
A hazardous weather outlook was issued by the National Weather Service.
The Chicago area saw more than an inch of extra precipitation in March than what the region has averaged over the past 152 years.
A swing in temperatures has gripped northern Illinois this week, and while Friday brought with it welcomed sun, more rain and a chance of spring snow could be on the way this weekend.
Despite the mid-60 degree temperatures which visited DeKalb County Saturday, a late winter snowstorm made its way across the region Sunday night, impacting the Monday morning commute and leaving several inches of wet snow. More could be here Thursday.
Snow accumulations of up to three inches are possible tonight with the highest totals occurring towards northwest Illinois and the Illinois-Wisconsin state line.
National Weather Service issues hazardous weather outlook; tornado warnings issued in Iowa
A winter weather advisory is in effect from noon today through 6 a.m. Friday for the Chicago area, with as much as five inches of snow expected in some suburbs.
Will County weather woes continue with cold, maybe snow on the way
The Illinois Storm Chasers group will offer an informational session open to members of the public April 13 in Kirkland.