After three rounds of brutal winter weather, we await the arrival of a fourth snow storm in the span of just nine days.
If there is such a saying as the quiet before the storm, the aftermath of our winter storm is a bit noisy.
It's been a fairly inactive winter for most parts of the area, but that's all about to change. Chris Michaels breaks it all down in this week's weather blog.
Keep your eyes to the sky tonight! Between Jupiter shining brightly, a full moon and the ISS flyover, there's a lot to look forward to!
As is tradition, Punxsutawney Phil stepped out to make his bold prediction on how much longer winter will last.
Super Bowl Weekend is essentially a holiday for some across the country, and the weather has a lot to do with planning for it (even if you aren't attending the game itself).
30 years ago, a cold outbreak like no other impacted northeast Tennessee and southwest Virginia. However, we weren't the only ones suffering the bitter cold.
It's been a while since we've seen a good widespread snow in the News 5 WCYB viewing area.
High pressure diving down from the Yukon in northwestern Canada is causing quite a stir for parts of the U.S.
Meteorologist Chris Michaels takes you back through an active year in weather in the Tri-Cities area.
As if we haven't had enough of a taste of winter, we officially kick-start the season Sunday night at 6:03.
Some areas saw had a very short bout with freezing drizzle/rain on Tuesday night.
Looking up into the night sky on Sunday night, most of us saw the halo around the moon. We explain just how that happens in this week's weather blog.
After the wettest October on record, November took the stage for some records of its own.
It's only fitting to talk about snow around Thanksgiving, while going through the second coldest November on record.
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.
The Tri-Cities has been home for Dave for more than 25 years.
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.
Flooding is still a concern in places as we head through the night. As colder air comes in, tomorrow features a wintry weather threat for the area. Chief Meteorologist Dave Dierks has the latest in his StormTrack 5 forecast.
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