Monday’s solar eclipse is set to star in several special broadcasts on TV and online, including on WOOD TV8 and woodtv.com.
It appears the weather pattern for the second half of August may flip.
We are officially one week away from arguably the biggest celestial event of the century. Here’s what you need to know.
A bright moon won’t completely kill the peak of the Perseid meteor shower this year.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down as severe thunderstorms moved through Michigan.
The Blough brothers picked the name Blu Sky Farms for their business, but lately the sky has been a bit too blue.
The National Weather Service had issued severe thunderstorm warnings for strong winds and large hail, but the warnings have expired.
A deepening area of low pressure will move into Michigan Friday that will provide us with the first widespread chance of rain in over a half…
Many West Michigan homeowners are hoping August will usher in more rain, after a very dry July 2017.
If you like to keep your lawn nice and green, you’ve probably noticed your sprinkler running more than usual.
The study found the Northeast and Midwest will be hit hardest by the increase in nitrogen runoff sparked by more rain.
If you look north overnight, you could catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights over West Michigan.
A round of downpours and storms possible into early Thursday.
Following the deadly storms that rattled much of West Michigan, many people are out cleaning up their yards over the weekend.
Powerful storms moved through West Michigan on Friday.