A week ago, there was less than 50 percent snow cover across the state. Now we are enjoying over 99 percent coverage. (Sponsored content)
Good news for winter weather lovers: Fresh snow has fallen since the peak of our thaw, and more snow is coming. (Sponsored content)
The moon put on a rare cosmic show Wednesday: a red blue moon, super big and super bright.
Stargazers won’t want to miss this one: The lunar eclipse slated for Wednesday, Jan. 31 will be one of a kind.
A key ingredient to a Pure Michigan winter weekend is missing.
A flip back to cold weather is looking likely by the start of February.
Snow lovers, get ready: The January thaw is about to end, ushering in big changes and a return to winter. (Sponsored content)
Friday marks the 40th anniversary of one of the biggest blizzards to hit Michigan in recent history.
The poignant display dives into how humans have changed the history of the Great Lakes.
We replaced some of the snow that melted last weekend, but the next January thaw is about to commence. (Sponsored content)
Two people in Michigan have found meteorite fragments associated with the meteor that streaked across the sky Tuesday night.
The search is on for pieces of a meteor that streaked through the sky before breaking up over southeast Michigan Tuesday.
People across Michigan reported seeing a bright flash in the sky Tuesday evening.
Lake Michigan is nearly a foot higher now than a year ago and nearly 4 feet higher than five years ago.
It’s been colder and a little snowier than average so far this winter.