The National Weather Service confirmed over the weekend that 3 tornados occurred early Friday morning in Huron, Sanilac, and St. Clair counties, damaging dozens of trees and homes. Continue reading
The official winter weather outlook for this season has been released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on October 15th, 2015. According to the release, a much different pattern is anticipated than in recent years.
Michigan is expected to see much more mild and dry conditions, while other areas in the States could see major relief from drought. Continue reading
If you noticed in the past couple of weeks that the leaves were a bit slow to change, you’d be correct. Continue reading
It’s that time of year where Michigan residents begin preparations for winter.
This season, the National Weather Service is offering up training seminars in hopes to better prepare the community for what this winter has in store. Continue reading
On Tuesday afternoon, a confirmed EF-1 tornado tore through parts of Ogemaw county. Continue reading
With Michigan’s weather it’s not uncommon to see flash flood warnings issued. September 30th is National Prepareathon Day, officials are using the day, and the lead up, to encourage families to create emergency plans.
According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, fewer than half of the nation’s households have a family emergency plan in case of a flood. Continue reading
It’s causing distant signals to be received sometimes hundreds of miles away from their source, while at the same time making some local stations nearly impossible to pick up. Continue reading
The Pacific Ocean is warmer than normal for this time of year, especially around the equator. This could spell out a break from the cold harsh winters in recent years. Continue reading
Governor Rick Snyder has declared a State of Emergency in Grand Traverse County in response to severe weather earlier this month.
The storms knocked out power across the region, and downed thousands of trees, including many on state property. Continue reading
This is down from over 150,000 who initially lost power during the storm.
“More mosquitoes can actually mean fewer mosquito-borne diseases,” said Dr. Carl Doud. He’s a mosquito specialist with the Midland County Health Department. Continue reading
Residents are cleaning up after a confirmed EF 2 tornado with winds up to 115 MPH tore through Saginaw and Tuscola Counties Monday Night, June 22nd.The tornado traveled east south-east, and most of the damage followed a path along Birch Run Road. Continue reading
Freezing temperatures are predicted for Northern Michigan Tuesday night. Continue reading
Drought predictions from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration show Michigan could be facing a dry summer.
In an effort to protect Michigan against climate concerns, Camp Grayling has been selected for a national pilot project.
With rain during the holiday months, and cold temperatures during a key President’s Day weekend in February, Northern Michigan has been lacking visitors.
Many people in Michigan are happy to see the return of warmer weather, especially maple syrup producers.
Temperatures are expected to jump from the teens to as high as the 40s next week, even in northern Michigan.
A new report suggests Michigan is being inundated by not only rainstorms, but extreme rainstorm, and it’s a trend not expected to stop anytime soon.
Don’t feed the ducks, and don’t try to rescue the ducks. That’s the word from DNR officials.
Officials with the DNR said some waterfowl in the state are having a tough winter, similar to last year.
This year’s below-normal temperatures have been making it hard for many people to even step outside. Some Michigan ski resorts say the cold is also translating to fewer people hitting the slopes. Continue reading
Meteorologists say, some places in the state have had the coldest first half of the month on record. Continue reading
It’s called Student Tools for Emergency Planning, or STEP. It’s a curriculum that helps teachers prepare students for emergencies like tornadoes, flooding and storms. Continue reading
Open Ice on Houghton Lake has some people concerned for the safety of people attending Tip-Up Town this weekend.
Last winter’s polar vortex froze more than just the Great Lakes.