West Michigan was provided with another round of mostly light snow, and you shared your photos of the weather with us.
We are in a pattern now that once every two to three days, an Alberta Clipper will slide through, enhancing snow totals. (Sponsored content)
An Alberta clipper moved into West Michigan late Friday, bringing another round of snow.
The beginning stages of a much colder weather pattern has arrived. Wind chills in the teens early Thursday are only part of the story.
A strong cold front has moved into West Michigan Tuesday bringing with it very strong winds.
Local star gazers were treated to an exceptionally bold sight in the night sky this weekend, as the supermoon made its appearance.
The most significant cold spell in a year is set to hit West Michigan early Tuesday morning.
Sunday brings about our monthly appearance of a full moon, but this weekend it will be especially spectacular.
This stunning cloud formation is all caused by a chain reaction.
Time to get out the skis? Meteorologist Matt Kirkwood takes a look at snow conditions across Michigan. (Sponsored content)
We’ve had a few bouts of snow this season, but our first solid inch of accumulation will likely arrive pretty late.
Keep a sharp eye: More snowy owls than usual are expected in the States this year.
It looks like the weather will cooperate for those traveling to visit family for the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Gusty winds and widespread showers will greet hunters Wednesday in lower Michigan for the start of the regular firearm deer hunting season.
Rain ends during the early morning and we’ll have a dry period from today into tomorrow.