Partly sunny and warm for tomorrow and Monday…rain moves in later Monday night.
A warming trend will arrive later this week and peak for the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Viewers sent 24 Hour News 8 their photos of the ‘double star’ on June 30, 2015.
Sunshine later this week should help warm up Lake Michigan a little going into the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Even before the sky turned black Tuesday night, a spectacular sight was waiting on the western horizon.
The United States Geological Survey reports the epicenter of the earthquake was west of the village of Burlington.
A short-lived thunderstorm in western Ottawa County produced a small funnel cloud around 8:50 p.m. Monday.
There is no evidence the funnel cloud actually reached the ground and became a tornado.
The NWS has confirmed that at least five tornadoes hit the Lower Peninsula between Monday and Tuesday.
Solar flares directed toward Earth may make the Northern Lights visible over West Michigan this week.
Two rounds of strong storms swept through West Michigan on Monday.
A wet June has been enough for the Climate Prediction Center to remove Michigan from the “drought development likely” category this summer.
A new type of cloud is the first new addition to the International Cloud Atlas in more than 50 years.
Strawberry season is in full swing across West Michigan, but recent heavy rain could cut the season short.
Heavy rain over the weekend and Monday led to saturated soil, ponding of water and high-running creeks, streams and rivers.
A strong storm swept through northeastern Kalamazoo County, southwest Barry County and Calhoun County on June 13, 2015.
Residents in the Gull Lake area said strong winds and rain came through Saturday, knocking over trees and downing power lines.