Golf enthusiasts may be able to hit the links this month thanks to the recent warming trend.
Huge chunks of ice — some several feet high — washed up on a Cape Cod beach from the Atlantic Ocean this week.
Snow is melting, trees are starting to bloom and more people seem to be spotting robins.
It’s been a while, but warm air is finally on the way for West Michigan.
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The sight of an icy Lake Michigan is particularly enchanting — but that ice is dangerous.
Monday marked the fifth time this month a record cold temperature was set.
Storm Team 8 meteorologist Kyle Underwood took a spill after going down a hill on a child’s sled Thursday.
Cold weather records continue to fall across West Michigan and more brutal cold is on the way.
Despite bone-chilling temperatures, tourists are flocking to Niagara Falls.
February is running more than nine degrees below average already and now another round of Arctic air is moving in.
We’re not on pace for record Great Lakes ice like last winter, but we definitely have more than average.
A harsh Arctic air mass is still settled over the Great Lakes, and while the strong winds have ended, bitterly cold temperatures remain.