HAPPY 2018! It’s starting like 2017 ended with Arctic air, lake-effect flurries and snow showers. Don’t look for it to warm up soon.
In the middle of a bitterly cold stretch, animal shelters in West Michigan are urging pet owners to be mindful of their furry friends.
2017 was packed with some wild weather.
Arctic chill will make for a very cold start to 2018 when the clock strikes midnight Sunday.
Last week, there was only a trace of snow on the ground in Grand Rapids. What a difference a week makes. (Sponsored content)
West Michigan, get ready: More snow is on the way to some counties, leading to warnings and advisories from the National Weather Service.
Snow continues to fall in Erie, Pennsylvania, and surrounding areas that already have seen a record amount of snow over the past few days.
Travels will be hazardous Tuesday as lake-effect snow combines with wind to reduce visibility on roads.
The warm temperatures this past week really put a dent in the area snow cover, especially in southern lower Michigan. (sponsored content)
Although traveling will be a challenge, it appears we have a good chance at a white Christmas.
The persistent cold means more snow across the state of Michigan. (Sponsored content)
While many of us spent Thursday inside to keep out of the cold, another group of people was outside all day working: construction workers.
Star gazers can thank 3200 Phaethon for a spectacular show expected to light up West Michigan’s sky Wednesday night.
Widespread snow Wednesday will be heaviest in the afternoon and evening.
A widespread three to six inches of snow is expected from a clipper system Wednesday.