Students in Caledonia huddled together on one of the coldest days of May to launch a weather balloon into the stratosphere.
The unofficial start of summer is here — and after a tumultuous winter and despite a cool start, it’s looking pretty normal.
People sticking around West Michigan for the weekend leading up to Memorial Day will likely be dodging raindrops.
Don’t let the unusually warm temperatures fool you: Lake Michigan is still very cold.
Storms whipped through a wide swath of the nation’s midsection, killing at least two people and injuring dozens of others.
Why do clouds sometimes move in different directions?
Temperatures could peak at 85 degrees this week for the first time since early September.
River Bank Run participants have had to endure a variety of conditions over the years.
On May 13, 1980, a F3 tornado struck Kalamazoo County — and made a lasting impression on West Michigan.
“I knew the sirens were going off and I went up to the fourth floor,” Gordon Miller recalled. “Not a smart thing to do.”
Jim Childress remembers the smallest of details about May 13, 1980.
Partly Sunny and Pleasant; Slight Chance Shower or Storm HIGH: 74
May has started out cool and dry in West Michigan, but this has not been the general theme so far this spring.
Higher-than-usual water on Lake Michigan means beach-goers will have less beach to enjoy come summer
Heavy rains in West Michigan are causing some problems for farmers.