After a few dry but chilly days in Chicago, the weekend threatens to bring damaging wind-driven rain.
Rain and locally damaging winds will whip the Ohio Valley over the weekend, likely reaching Chicago by Sunday.
Gusty winds will threaten to down trees and power lines and have the potential to delay air travel in the area.
Travelers should prepare for slower movement along Interstates 90, 70 and 64 among others, as blinding downpours sweep the region.
Drier, and colder, weather will return to the area Monday as the stormy weather moves eastward.
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Nationwide, most parades will occur rain or shine, but the parade team must make adjustments for conditions such as wind, rain, snow and low temperatures.
The combined rescue effort from multiple countries has dealt with rough weather on Sunday and Monday, but conditions should improve.
The official start of the holiday shopping season will kick off on Friday as millions venture out to score the best deals.
Following two weeks of chilly weather, change is coming to Germany this week as mild air from the Mediterranean returns.
Rain may slow travel for a time along parts of the east coast of the United States, while significant travel delays are likely in the Northwest and near the Great Lakes leading up to Thanksgiving.
The 91st annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will take place this Thursday morning with sunshine and chilly conditions expected.
Following several weeks of abnormally dry weather across Florida, a period of widespread rainfall is in store for the Peninsula.
Five people were hurt after wooden planks were scattered everywhere after a scaffolding collapsed into the street in Lower Manhattan.