Many of you wanted to know why our signal wasn’t working Thursday morning. Here is the explanation.
The sun Friday was completely spot free, a hint that the orb is about to flip to a solar minimum.
The Great Lakes region saw severe storms late Wednesday, with the worst weather traveling through Illinois and Indiana.
On rare occasions, you can see lightning from up to 150 miles away and Monday night was one of those occasions.
For the first time in 70 years a full moon will coincide with the summer solstice.
Summer officially kicks off Monday and there is a high chance this summer will be hotter than usual.
The storm that swept through West Michigan late Wednesday night brought strong winds, knocking out power to thousands.
When the Storm Prediction Center releases a severe weather outlook, it includes a risk category so citizens can know what to expect.
Tuesday marks 18 years since a storm outbreak in West Michigan made history.
The bodies of two missing motorists were found Saturday in Texas, raising the death toll to four from flooding in the state.
Memorial Day is the unofficial kickoff to summer and this year it is going to feel down right like summer.
Warm, spring days have triggered hives of honeybees to release swarms across the state and several local bee groups are offering free remova…
The Port Sheldon buoy is back online, and it’s all thanks to community members.
High temperatures near 80 degrees are on the horizon for West Michigan, but the threat of hypothermia is still high in Lake Michigan.
Storm Team 8 is helping you get prepared for severe weather season.