Voice-Activated Weather Forecaster

When it comes to a short-term or extended Chicago weather forecast for O’Hare Airport, suburban locales, and especially Downtown, be prepared for change. All four of Chicago’s weather seasons can feature temperature gyrations that warrant a jacket and t-shirt during the same afternoon and have local area residents and tourists wondering what season it really is and what is considered to be normal or average weather in Chicago.

This peculiarity can often times be attributed to an abrupt wind shift to the northeast off the colder waters of Lake Michigan. If a stationary front sets up, the entire metro area can be divided into two seasons – making the city shiver while folks in the suburbs enjoy temperatures up to 30° warmer. This phenomenon is most common in spring and relaxes throughout the summer months into what is known as a refreshing lake breeze.

Of course there are other factors that influence Chicago weather to change significantly: Various types of storm systems, a progressive jet stream configuration, El Nino and La Nina intensity, local and continental snow pack, and regional soil moisture level, just to name a few. Such factors help define long-term monthly and daily weather averages. For more in-depth Chicago, Illinois weather analysis, see seasonal Chicago O’Hare climate…


This weather forecaster understands your questions and speaks the weather forecast in a clear electronic voice. It also conveniently synchronizes with the U.S. Atomic Clock. When it’s cold outside and you’re more interested in staying in your king size bed than going outside, it’s nice to know what you’re up against before you open the door with one of these forecasters.


All-in-One Wireless Weather Station
Stylish and wireless weather station with indoor/outdoor temperature history, storm indicator, and radio-controlled time/date display.


Weather And Emergency Alert Monitor With NOAA
Monitors U.S. Emergency All Hazards, and Emergency Alert System EAS weather bulletins and warnings. Forecasts 3 levels of NOAA messages: Statement, Watch and Warning. Flexible programming – broadcasts in up to 6 different counties. Features a 100 decibel audio alarm with visual alert signal and crescendo alarm with snooze function.