Fall colors have been late to arrive in Michigan this year, but are turning out to be beautiful.
The sky is set up to give you quite a show over the next few nights.
Federal forecasters say this winter will likely be warmer and drier than normal down south, and colder and wetter up north.
Storm Team 8 says snow lovers will have to wait a little bit longer to see the first snowflakes of the season.
Sunday will bring a supermoon to the night sky, but conditions in West Michigan mean it is very unlikely you’ll be able to get a good view.
The Energy Department said household bills are likely to be higher for natural gas, electricity, heating oil, and propane.
Storm Team 8 says Michigan’s fall colors are running nearly two weeks behind schedule this year.
Doors and windows began to rattle across Bermuda early Thursday as Hurricane Nicole approached the British territory.
“I mean, it was just constant blowing, blowing, blowing, blowing,” said Debbie Jones, a member of the group from Cascade Christian Church.
A U.S. Navy warship is bringing personnel, along with power generators, water purifiers and bulldozers, to bolster relief efforts in Haiti.
The U.S. government will temporarily halt deportation flights to Haiti as the nation recovers from Hurricane Matthew.
Hundreds of residents in North Carolina had to be rescued and thousands of homes were damaged as rivers flooded.
The U.N. humanitarian agency in Geneva made an emergency appeal Monday for nearly $120 million in aid.
Fall color enthusiasts will have to wait a week or two longer for West Michigan’s chromatic show.
Hurricane Matthew is gone, but the disaster it unleashed will slowly unfold this week as rivers across eastern North Carolina rise.