Lake effect snowstorms are quite impressive. This most recent (and ongoing) one is just that, but dangerous for some.
From 1999 to 2011, an average of 1,300 people die in the US from hypothermia. Think ahead, and don't become a statistic.
This time last week, we were talking about a cold blast that would send sub-freezing temperatures our way. History likes to repeat itself sometimes.
Over the recent days, there have been many fancy words and phrases used to describe cold weather. We're here to tell you, "It's all okay!"
Saturday's storm system brought with it record snowfall totals and chill. From its impressive dynamics to its aesthetic beauty to its statistical showiness, this is something to talk about.
An impressive system is poised to move into the area late on Halloween into the first day of November.
Data and image from timeanddate.com.
A partial solar eclipse will occur just before sunset Thursday.
2014-2015 NOAA Winter Temperature Outlook
NOAA's Climate Prediction Center released their 2014-2015 Winter Outlook Thursday. There are some subtle clues as to how this winter will shape up.
We continue to track a line of severe storms that will move into our area come Tuesday. Main impacts at the moment look to be high winds and flooding.
In an odd weather setup, Tuesday's weather prompted 28 tornado warnings in the state of Kentucky alone!
Our second in a series of four total lunar eclipses is poised to put on a show in the sky this Wednesday morning.
It's something that's so common in this area, but there's a lot of things that need to happen in order to have a foggy start to your day.
For many of us, the heat and humidity of summer gets tiring. When fall arrives, we rejoice in its arrival for many reasons. One reason is the leaves changing.
Prostate cancer can claim many lives, and some scientists say there may be some linkage between it and the weather.
We hear it pretty often. "I can tell when it's going to rain, because I feel all achy." Just why does that happen?
The recent heat and humidity has left us craving a change in seasons, and luckily one is quickly approaching. Just how low do we go by New Year's?
There's a piece of weather folklore that for every fog in August, comes a snow in the winter. Is there any meteorological reasoning behind this, or is it just for fun?
The Farmers' Almanac weather predictions are always highly sought after, but is the trust in them based on data or something else?
Hurricane Katrina was a storm for the ages, but is nothing to root for for weather enthusiasts.
Leading up to now, it has been quite a cool August. It is race week, and most are hoping for summer to return!
The Tri-Cities has been home for Dave for more than 25 years.
Donnie is a Tennessean having grown up near Cookeville in the Upper Cumberland. Prior to coming to the Tri-Cities, he spent 20 years at the CBS affiliate station in Nashville.
David grew up in Knoxville and has always had a love for weather.
Chris Michaels is the weekend morning meteorologist at News 5 WCYB. Chris comes to us from North Carolina State University, where he got his degree in Meteorology.
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