A snow and ice-producing storm is possible for West Michigan next week.
Storm Team 8 Meteorologist Matt Kirkwood reveals what the weekend has in store for snow lovers.
Exactly 39 years ago Thursday, West Michigan was buried under the biggest snowstorm ever to hit Grand Rapids and much of the region.
“The whole trailer park was gone in 15 seconds. It looked like a ball of fire was going 100 mph.”
A storm system that kicked up apparent tornadoes around the Southeast has claimed at least 19 lives on its two-day assault on the region.
It was so warm this weekend that a Grand Rapids-area golf course opened for business — and it was packed.
Presidents of past have been met with a myriad of weather conditions on their big day.
The skies are (almost) always sunnier on the other side of the lake, but not all our winter clouds can be blamed on Lake Michigan.
Cannonsburg officials say they plan to be open the rest of the week, even though weekend temperatures are expected to be in the 50s.
The type of precipitation seen at the ground is all to do with how the atmosphere is stacked.
As parts of West Michigan prepare for rising waters, the flooding has already started in some areas.
Thousands of Consumers Energy customers across West Michigan lost power as the high winds brought down tree limbs and power lines.
The U.S. also notched its second highest number of weather disasters that cost at least $1 billion in damage.
Viewers may be skeptical of this clip of a perfectly circular ice disc spinning in the Pine River, but the phenomenon is completely natural.
West Michigan’s recent bitterly cold nights have been perfect for the formation of “light pillars.”