Treatment methods for season depression include light boxes, sitting in sunlight when possible and getting physical activity.
An annular solar eclipse will cover parts of the United States on Saturday, and Michigan will get a bit of a peek of it.
The start of Fall means the month of October will shed more hours in the sun than any other month this year. Meteorologist Lori Pinson explains.
September's full moon is the last of four consecutive Super Moons this year! This full moon closest to the start of fall will rise at close to the same time for several evenings, providing peak illumination. Meteorologist Lori Pinson has the details.
A summer time favorite may be heading toward extinction. Will we lose the beauty and medicinal value of fireflies? Meteorologist Lori Pinson has more.
Artificial intelligence software creates very real looking images of natural phenomena, and is changing the way many of us look at social media posts.
Michigan could get a glimpse of the aurora on Monday night. Predictions show that the Northern Lights may be visible in some parts of the state.
Auroras lights could be visible low on the horizon for the U.S. Northern Tier, including in Seattle, Great Falls, Des Moines, Minneapolis, Chicago and Boston. Here's why.
Waterspouts out over Lake Michigan were spotted Wednesday morning, Sept. 13.
As summer winds down, the safety measures for swimmers at Great Lakes beaches are coming down, meaning it's time to stay out of the water.
Ready for the fall leaves to change color in Michigan? According to the fall foliage map, it's happening soon. Here's when to see the best leaf colors:
A rare Blue Moon will light up the sky tonight and the bonus is, it's also a Supermoon! Meteorologist Lori Pinson has the details.
Metro Detroit students visited Comerica Park on Wednesday for a science class. FOX 2 meteorologists were there to help make science fun.
How do you feel about your dandelions?
These pesky perennial plants sprout in the spring, despite our many wishes they just disappear. But dandelions may not deserve the hatred they get. In fact, they have many uses as well.
Under normal conditions, warm air near the surface will rise as long as the surrounding air is cool. But when that rising air encounters warm air above it, the air will not rise any further. This traps pollution near the surface.
Our atmosphere is changing. Rising surface temperatures, fluctuating precipitation patterns and increases in pollutants bring health concerns attributed to climate change. Concentrating on the air we breathe, two components contribute greatly to air pollution and can be inhaled and absorbed into the bloodstream.
This is Air Quality Awareness Week with today's focus on climate and pollution. In this Weather or Not, Fox2's Meteorologist Lori Pinson details the particulate matter that produces smog and what we can do about it.
The first full moon of Spring, the April full moon, is also called the Pink Moon and it reaches peak illumination overnight. In this Weather or Not, Meteorologist Lori Pinson takes us through the history associated with April's Pink Moon.
Lightning strikes the United States about 25 million times a year at 100 times a second. According to the CDC, lightning claims the lives of 28 people nationally each year. The National Weather Service ranks Michigan at number 11 in the country for lightning deaths.