When the winds pick up, some folks in Greene County feel it stronger than most of us.
Just when you thought that winter was letting up, it shows its face again next week.
A spring-like start to February results in a chance of a few thunderstorms Wednesday morning.
A major winter storm blanketed our region with snow and ice in mid January 2016. Parts of the region picked up over a foot of snow!
More snow to come Friday night and Saturday, but there's a difference this time.
After round one of significant snow across the area, round two is right behind it.
The coldest air since late February is expected Monday and Tuesday.
Tuesday Morning's sunrise provided some atmospheric optics for us to enjoy!
While it may look like snow on the mountain tops, that's not exactly what you've been seeing the past few days.
Meteorologist Chris Michaels discusses El Niño and what it could mean for us months from now.
Blair Bullock of Bristol created a winter wonderland in his own front yard.
Snow flurries and showers provided a quick taste of winter after a warm December.
Cold air, gusty winds, and flurries/light snow showers all a part of Monday's weather.
Amid all of 2015's ups and downs, here's some of the things that stood out to us.
The same storm system that dealt quite the blow to the central US is now responsible for incredible warmth closer to the North Pole.
January will likely feature some snow chances but it is too early to tell when.
Say goodbye to the 70s! 40s,30s and 20s are back as we start January!
Traveling for the Holidays? Meteorologist Ricky Matthews lets you know what you can expect along your route.
Accumulating snow has held off, as it typically does in an El Niño year.
Looking in the past can help us predict the future, especially when it comes to unusual weather patterns.
The Tri-Cities has been home for Dave for more than 25 years. For more than two decades, he has been honing his skills on what he deems "a very challenging" part of the country to forecast the weather.
David grew up in east Tennessee and has always had a love for weather.
Chris Michaels is the weekend evening meteorologist at News 5 WCYB. Chris comes to us from North Carolina State University, where he got his degree in Meteorology.
Ricky Matthews is the weekend morning meteorologist at News 5 WCYB. Ricky is also an avid pilot, having learned from his grandfather.
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