Severe Weather Awareness Week is over, but the threat of severe weather will be with us in the upcoming months. It's important to have a plan in place so you're not caught off guard. In this Weather or Not, you'll get a few ideas to get you started!
Almost 15,000 people were without power as some major highways in Metro Detroit were underwater Friday morning. While rain fell throughout the night, it'll be the wind that hangs around for most of the day today.
Hail causes billions of dollars in damage yearly in the United States. Cars, crops, property, all are susceptible to hail damage. We'll find out what makes hail form in today's Weather or Not.
Tornadoes are a dangerous component of severe weather. This is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Michigan. Meteorologist Lori Pinson looks back at a tornado that took a community by surprise.
Your first inclination may be to stop and admire its beauty, but the reality is when you see lightning, you should head indoors. It's Severe Weather Awareness Week and lightning is next up on today's Weather or Not!
With speeds up to 300 miles per hour, tornadoes are one of nature's most dangerous weather hazards. Learning more about this destructive force in today's Weather or Not.
It's one of the most lethal weather hazards during severe weather. Flooding claims more lives than tornadoes, hurricanes or lightning. In this Weather or Not we examine the second leading cause of weather fatalities in the country.
A beautiful Spring day suddenly turns dark and rainy. Would you know if the weather was about to become severe? In this Weather or Not, we identify severe thunderstorms.
Spring brings warmer temperatures and longer days, but it also increases our potential for severe weather. Today is the start of Severe Weather Awareness Week. Weather or Not will bring you a series of reports all this week to educate and prepare you for the upcoming turbulent season. Let's begin with an overview.
After the crippling winter storm had many relying on portable generators, a Sugar Land man is getting a lot of attention for his cost-effective, permanent, DIY whole-home generator.
A tornado ripped through North Carolina's Brunswick County, killing at least three people and injuring 10 others in its trail of destruction.
People from all over Michigan visit the freezing river in St. Clair County, calling it a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
A windy Sunday led to power outages for tens of thousands of Metro Detroiters kept in the dark for much of Monday with some estimations for Wednesday.
Trees on top of buses and cars. Roofs ripped off homes. Boats pushed onshore.
An average season sees six hurricanes and 12 named storms. This extraordinarily busy season has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.
Rivers swollen by Hurricane Sally threatened more misery for parts of the Florida Panhandle and Alabama on Thursday. Georgia and the Carolinas were also warned of flooding.
Hurricane Sally has lumbered ashore near Gulf Shores, Alabama, as a Category 2 storm, with top winds of 105 mph.
Hurricane Sally is crawling toward the northern Gulf Coast at just 2 mph, a pace that's enabling the storm to gather huge amounts of water to eventually dump on land.
One of the strongest hurricanes ever to strike the U.S. pounded the Gulf Coast with wind and rain early Thursday morning, but Laura rapidly weakened and was downgraded to a tropical storm by afternoon.
The Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Office issued a mandatory evacuation and grim warning to residents choosing to ride out Hurricane Laura rather than evacuate.