Larry Mowry, ABC 7 Chicago

Larry Mowry

ABC 7 Chicago

Chicago, IL, United States

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Past articles by Larry:

Extreme record heat and the connection to climate change: EXPLAINED

An AccuWeather expert explains how climate change may have contributed to the extreme heat. → Read More

Chicago Weather: Effects of climate change on city

ABC7 Meteorologist Larry Mowry explains how Chicago will be impacted by climate change ahead of Earth Day 2022. → Read More

Chicago winter storm could dump over 10 inches of snow; Gov. Pritzker issues disaster declaration

A Winter Storm Warning and Advisory have been issued for parts of the Chicago area. Two rounds could bring over 10 inches to parts of the region. → Read More

Lunar eclipse: Chicago sees full moon partially eclipse

The lunar eclipse was visible in Chicago overnight, with video showing the full moon almost completely blocked. → Read More

Great Chicago Fire of 1871: How weather played a role

We've heard stories about the fire, but many people may not know the role weather played. → Read More

Chicagohenge 2021 dates: When sunrise, sunset will align with Chicago skyscrapers

Twice a year we are treated to Chicagohenge - a special alignment of the sun and our beautiful city buildings. → Read More

8 common tornado myths debunked

Does Lake Michigan protect Chicago from tornadoes? Our ABC7 meteorologists debunk the most common tornado myths. → Read More

Chicago-henge is back, just in time for Spring

Twice a year, a unique phenomena called "Chicago-henge" - based off of Stonehenge - can be seen here in Chicago. → Read More

Winter Outlook 2020: How cold, snowy will Chicago weather be this year?

In this year's Winter Outlook, Meteorologists Larry Mowry and Cheryl Scott take a look at weather patterns that help us forecast snow and cold in Chicago. → Read More

What is La Nina?

La Nina's impact for Chicago in the wintertime offers some clues to what our winter will be like. → Read More

Chicago could see longest stretch of 70-degree days in November ever

This week will likely be the longest stretch of warm weather Chicago has ever seen this late in the year. → Read More

Lake Michigan is warmer than it's ever been this early in the summer, at record-high levels

Lake Michigan is the warmest it's ever been this early in the summer. → Read More

Chicago Weather: Threats of flooding as severe storms pass through Chicago area

Heavy rains, strong winds and hail moved through the Chicago area Wednesday evening, leaving damage and threats of flooding. → Read More

Lake Michigan nearing all-time record-high level, set 33 years ago

Lake Michigan is nearing its all-time record-high level, set in October 1986. → Read More

Plane effect snow: What creates the rare weather phenomenon

As planes arrived at Chicago's O'Hare and Midway international airports, a light precipitation developed in their wake known as airplane effect snow. → Read More

Dramatic photos show Chicago's disappearing beaches

You've probably noticed smaller beaches as Lake Michigan remains at near record high levels. But satellite images from Google Earth really show just how much Chicago's beaches are shrinking. → Read More

Chicago Weather Live Radar: Flash flooding possible in Chicago area Saturday evening

Downpours, strong winds, hail and flooding were reported in the south and southwest suburbs as storms moved through Friday night. → Read More

Chicago Weather Live Radar: Heavy rain, flooding continue Saturday morning

Heavy rain and flooding continue to move through the Chicago area Saturday morning. → Read More

'Chicagohenge:' What it is and how you can see it

Twice a year we are treated to Chicagohenge - a special alignment of the sun and our beautiful city buildings. → Read More

Chicago's hottest months: How often do city temperatures hit 90 degrees?

Chicago's hottest days might not add up to as many as you would think. → Read More