On May 13, 1980, a F3 tornado struck Kalamazoo County — and made a lasting impression on West Michigan.
“I knew the sirens were going off and I went up to the fourth floor,” Gordon Miller recalled. “Not a smart thing to do.”
Jim Childress remembers the smallest of details about May 13, 1980.
Showers, mainly South of Grand Rapids HIGH: 76
May has started out cool and dry in West Michigan, but this has not been the general theme so far this spring.
Higher-than-usual water on Lake Michigan means beach-goers will have less beach to enjoy come summer
Heavy rains in West Michigan are causing some problems for farmers.
Don’t put away the jacket just yet; temperatures are expected to be cooler than normal throughout this month.
River levels are still running above average due to a soaking month of April that ranked sixth wettest in Grand Rapids.
Heavy rain Saturday evening through Monday morning has triggered Flood Watches for most of West Michigan.
Every year, the sand dunes that line Silver Lake move and migrate. This year, they swallowed up an entire house.
Spring 2017 is shaping up to be particularly tough on people who suffer from allergies.
While much has changed since an F3 tornado hit Grandville on April 21, 1967, one home has been there the whole time.
Friday marks 50 years since an outbreak of ten tornadoes ravaged Michigan.
The NWS issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Kalamazoo County until 2:15 p.m. and Calhoun County until 3 p.m.