Chicago, IL – Chicago residents should brace for more fog tonight, particularly west of the I-355/290 area, with warmer-than-normal temperatures continuing throughout the week.
According to the National Weather Service Chicago, foggy conditions are expected to persist, leading into a week that may see rain and potential snow showers starting Monday night and into Tuesday.
The region also faces potential flooding concerns. With above-average temperatures causing rapid snowmelt, rivers and streams are at risk of overflowing. Ice jams, a winter hazard for river communities, continue to shift and could exacerbate flooding issues. The National Weather Service advises monitoring forecast updates and preparing to take protective action.