If you are headed to the Lake Michigan Friday take caution before getting in the water.
Grand Rapids had gone 685 consecutive days without a temperature at 90 degrees or higher.
24 Hour News 8 received dozens of viewer photos of a shelf cloud that rolled over West Michigan on Saturday, July 18, 12015.
Strong storms swept across West Michigan twice Saturday in stunning fashion, leaving thousands without power.
The National Weather Service is trying to issue fewer tornado warnings so they will be taken more seriously when they happen.
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A tornado watch expired for Berrien, Cass and St. Joseph counties at 3 a.m. Tuesday.
As of July 10, it’s been 668 days since we’ve seen our last 90 degree day in Grand Rapids, Battle Creek or Kalamazoo.
Upgraded radar could allow the National Weather Service to detect tornadoes more quickly and get the warning out sooner.
Like the tornado that hit Portland in June, the twister that hit Wyoming and Kentwood a year ago spun up too quickly for sirens to sound.
The twister that tore through Wyoming and Kentwood one year ago was like most of the tornadoes West Michigan sees.
While fireworks filled the sky over West Michigan over 4th of July weekend, that’s not the reason for a haze that’s settled over the area.
The July 6, 2014 tornado was the most powerful West Michigan has seen in more than a decade.
A warming trend arrived and peaked for the Fourth of July holiday weekend.