With some strong to possibly severe storms forecast tomorrow, here's what's causing them and how to be weather aware.
After a recent cool snap, it feels good to be back in July mode.
The past two days have been oddly cold, and oddly wet given what we've seen so far this year.
It's a term that's been thrown around loosely, but should we be using it in this week's case?
Some striking data may lead to changes in the spring race schedule at Bristol Motor Speedway.
This Saturday's early morning chill was nothing to joke about. Some neared record lows, while some shattered the record books.
Arthur has officially reached Tropical Storm status off the coast of Florida.
How a slight risk may not be enough warning to those in it.
What is it about summer-time that prompts all of these pop-up thunderstorms?
On the whole, this year's tornado count is less than what we normally see countrywide.
Even though it seems like we've been in summer for a while, today is the official start.
The probability of precipitation forecast is often misinterpreted, but we're here to help clear the air a little bit.
With many folks heading to the beach this summer, rip currents could pose a threat.
May flowers have been a bit hard to come by this year. Some have been lucky this year, and others...not so much.
It was a warm and dry May. Here's how it shaped up.
We were warm, and we were dry this May. Our average high this month was five degrees above the normal and the average low was right around normal. Our total rainfall was over an inch shy of the normal mark for May.
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.