It looks like the weather will cooperate for those traveling to visit family for the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Gusty winds and widespread showers will greet hunters Wednesday in lower Michigan for the start of the regular firearm deer hunting season.
Widespread Snow; 3-8″ Heaviest Afternoon and Evening HIGH: 22
It appears the cold temperatures that gripped West Michigan earlier this month will stick around.
Many in West Michigan look to nature for hints about the winter to come. But how reliable are these old wives’ tales?
The Port Sheldon buoycam sponsored by WOOD TV8 was pulled from Lake Michigan for the season Tuesday.
After his cool invention, Abram Barker is getting a lifetime membership and award from one local group.
The National Weather Service will begin issuing the advisories in six snow prone areas of the country, including Detroit, in January.
Winter is inching closer and chances are it will be an active year.
Be sure to bundle up those trick-or-treaters Tuesday!
A waterspout was seen spinning along the lakeshore near Ludington Monday afternoon.
A shorter freeze season means a longer growing season and less money spent on heat, but there are drawbacks.
Here are some of the best routes to enjoy fall colors in West Michigan.
The National Weather Service says the Grand Rapids area could see one to three inches of rain before Tuesday night, causing some flooding.
Nearing the end of October 2017, it’s hard to believe that many areas were suffering from drought conditions a month earlier.