Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Rec Station and the School Board meeting are still on for today, however, and buses are running on their regular schedule.
Tuesday, February 26
All Elmhurst District 205 after-school and evening activities have been canceled for today, Tuesday, Feb. 26, due to weather conditions. This includes the IHSA Regional basketball tournament, the middle school concert and all elementary school activities. The after-school child care program known as Rec Station will continue to operate under its usual schedule at all of our schools. The Board of Education meeting is still on for tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the District 205 Administration Center, 162 S. York, although the student and staff recognitions will be rescheduled. Please check the individual school websites for information on make-up dates for canceled events. District 205 schools will be dismissed at the regular time today, but it …
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Warm December temperatures will give way to blizzard conditions, possibly by the evening rush.
At 2 p.m., the temperature in Elmhurst was still at 50 degrees. But don't let that fool you. The area is under a winter storm warning until 3 a.m. Friday. We've collected various predictions from some of the area's go-to weather experts. Here's what they have to say: Tom Skilling, WGN 9 Skilling says this storm is wreaking havoc out west, from eastern Colorado into Nebraska and Iowa, causing zero visibility and hazardous travel conditions. He predicts 6 to 10 hours of steady snowfall. Skilling says it will be like "instant winter." "The rains are only this sprawling storm’s opening salvo here. Plunging temperatures are to hit late Thursday in the western suburbs and extend into the city as winds build to 50 mph and higher in gusts …
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
As the cleanup continues, residents are asked to stay home; wind chills expected to be 30 below tonight.
Elmhurst Mayor Peter DiCianni and the city of Elmhurst have issued separate statements today advising people to be patient and stay home. Elmhurst Police Commander Dan Terry said several vehicle were removed from the roadways throughout the night last night. “Obviously it was a mess due to the storm,” he said. “Several vehicles were towed from St. Charles and Route 83, there were some pulled off of Grand Avenue. There was not a significant amount of accidents, per se, more or less just stuck vehicles.” Train vs. Car There was one major accident this morning, however. A Metra train struck a vehicle that was stuck on the tracks this morning at about 8:30 a.m. “The vehicle was crossing the railroad tracks at Myrtle and Park streets and got …