The work week will get off to a chilly start, NBC 5 storm team meteorologist Alicia Roman says.
Parts of Illinois got their first taste of winter when snow flurries flew Friday afternoon, days after the area saw a high temperature of 86 degrees.
A new Freeze Warning and Frost Advisory have been issued beginning at 1 a.m. Saturday across the Chicago area.
NBC Storm Team 5 meteorologist Andy Avalos has your latest forecast update.
As temperatures dip, there are a few key ways you can protect the plants in your garden from frost. Meteorologist Joey Miller takes you step-by-step.
Experts say there are some simple but important things homeowners should do before it gets too cold. Is your home ready? NBC 5's Ash-har Quraishi reports.
Just days after near-record heat, the National Weather Service issued both a Freeze Warning and a Frost Advisory for several counties across the Chicago area through Friday morning.
After a period of near-record heat, showers and storms were expected to develop across the Chicago area Wednesday before transitioning to much cooler weather.