A powerful earthquake off the northeast Japanese shore Tuesday sent residents fleeing to higher ground.
Get ready, West Michigan. This winter is expected to start sooner than last year.
Tire shops are busy, and they will be even more once the snow starts to fall with customers shopping for snow tires.
While West Michigan winters can be brutal, they’re also beautiful on the Great Lakes, thanks in part to some unusual ice displays.
After a mild start to November, it’s going to feel more like winter starting this weekend.
The farther north you travel, the greater the chance you’ll encounter rain Tuesday.
The full moon was not only a “supermoon,” but the biggest supermoon to grace our skies in decades.
Storm Team 8 Chief Meteorologist Bill Steffen first appeared on air in the region on Nov. 5, 1974.
Michigan is in the waning stages of this year’s fall color extravaganza.
After five years of less than perfect Halloween weather in West Michigan, we’re finally getting a “treat” of a forecast tonight.
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.