Snow always looks good on Chicago.
While yesterday’s snowfall wasn’t the best weather for trick-or-treaters this year, you can’t deny the city looks remarkable this morning. Here are a few of our favorite photos of Chicago’s first snow of the season.
This autumnal Bean scene.
This flurry of snow over the river is serene.
A light dusting over the train tracks reminds us of the Polar Express.
A moment of joy for the changing seasons.
The University of Chicago looks picturesque in the snow.
Waiting for L might leave you chilly, but the gorgeous view makes the commute worth it.
It’s not the best biking weather, but beautiful nonetheless.
You barely have to step outside to enjoy the charm of Chicago’s first snowfall of the season.
The snow is just gorgeous in River North.
Take a walk down Lovely Lane in Chicago’s parks.
This koi sanctuary in the suburbs is a tranquil winter paradise.
Millennium Park is so peaceful dusted with snow.
Another snowy Bean pic because we just can’t help ourselves.
This astronaut refuses to let the snow ruin Halloween.
Maggie Daley Park looks incredible from above.
What a stunning portrait of Chicago nature.
Lucky for us the CTA is heated. Enjoy the view as you commute through wintery Chicago.
Chicago from above is even more serene.
The Morton Arboretum is just fantastic in the snow.
Remarkable Riverwalk views make the cold weather worth it.
What are your favorite snowy Chicago views? Share them with us on Instagram using the hashtag #mysecretsnow. Stay warm!
Feature photo: @jbh_09