Ask ChicagoNow: What’s the best season in Chicago?

Ask ChicagoNow: What’s the best season in Chicago?

ChicagoNow is a group of bloggers from all sorts of different backgrounds.

With so much collective experience, we've decided to put that knowledge to use by posing some of the oldest and most popular questions to the group.

What’s the best season in Chicago?

"Hands down, Summer in the City!" — Carole Kuhrt Brewer, Show Me Chicago

"Right now, Summertime, so much to see, hear and eat outside." — Charles W Johnson, The Vociferous Envoy

"What do they say? If you don't like the weather here, wait a minute and it will change. We have all the seasons, sometimes all in one day!" — Carole Lago, Inside the Wrapper

"Fall - Crisp air, football and hockey seasons, marching bands, kids in school, some excellent holidays and a winding down of the summer craziness. I absolutely LOVE fall." — Marie Larsen, There's a Bug In My Coffee

"Winter, by far. It's why I moved here: cold, with exactly zero chance of heat stroke." — Nicolle Neulist, Picks & Ponderings

"The best season in Chicago is baseball, obviously." — Ed Nickow, Not For Jews Only

"Love summertime in the city. I never appreciated how beautiful our summers were until I started traveling more. That said, given how cold our winters are, summer is the best time of year to go stargazing and observe the night sky." — Sophie Sanchez, Cosmic Chicago

"Anything but winter. I don’t mind a little snow which still get in late fall." — Susan Schulhof, Looking for the Good

"Spring! Days get longer. Baseball begins. Watching the vines come in at Wrigley Field. Flowers bloom. First outdoor café evenings. Anticipation for the Grant Park Symphony Orchestra season which starts toward the end of spring. The boats come back to the harbors and the lake. Hope "springs" eternal! And everyone wants to sing The Lusty Month of May!" — Floyd Sullivan, Waiting4Cubs

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