We talked about accumulating snow for more than a week leading up to last night but that didn't make the bitter pill any easier to swallow. Rain's transition into snow led to icy conditions, as you likely
Many areas pick up 2"+ of snow overnight.
As meteorologists, we're often getting questions about space. Our science gets its name from the "meteors" falling from clouds, like rain or hail. While some think our heads are in the clouds, we turned
Tonight's clouds and snow will make lunar eclipse tough to see.
The next 36 hours will be one wild ride when it comes to our weather. Temperatures have been in the middle 70s all afternoon Sunday. Temperatures will stay very warm overnight Sunday and we will have an
Snow accumulations possible.
Enjoy it while it lasts! It has been 6 months since we have had this much nice weather in a row, but this is how it ends. A cold front will move in on Monday. Temperatures will start in the low to mid
Rain to snow possible next week.
Black bears are native to the viewing area, but the animals have been non-existent for the past century. Now the black bear is making a come back in both Ohio and southern Michigan. The health of the smallest
Ohio's bear population is making a come back in the southeast part of the state as well.
"It's to change a culture in a city where there's pride in the neighborhoods."As the third Spring Sweeps kicked off, Mayor Collins compared today's gorgeous weather to his new goal for the project: a bright
Mayor Collins announces his version of Toledo's Spring Sweeps.
Tomorrow will be the warmest day of the year as temperatures make a run at the 70° mark. If you can't enjoy tomorrow you have 3 more days before it cools down again. Highs will be between 60 and 70° Thursday,
Highs will top 60° for 4 days in a row.
It's pollen season, or at least that's what the calendar and spring sunshine would make you think. Doctor Jeff Ford of Toledo hospital says May is peak time for seasonal allergies but there's also a late-summer
Allergens several weeks delayed but bothering some
Floodwater from the Maumee continues to cloud all of western Lake Erie. It's not the prettiest sight, but for some, the murky water means new business. "When you get a push of warm water, and the water
Minor flooding still a possibility this week as walleye continue their run up the Maumee
Overall, temperatures are expected to stay cooler than normal across the Great Lakes region. The "heat dome" is expected across Texas with another region of hotter than normal weather in the Pacific Northwest.
Cooler than normal weather expected.