CBS 62 Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus takes a look at the weather for 2014 here in the Metro Detroit area, from all the snow last winter to the refreshing summer days to the end of the year.
Remember that pesky Polar Vortex? It’s coming back — soon.
Researcher at Michigan Tech said that the Department of Environmental Quality has awarded several grants to study rubberized asphalt and that roads might respond better to temperature fluctuations.
State officials say they are exploring alternatives to help communities recover and rebuild.
Until then, enjoy the weekend — the weather promises to be pretty good.
Michigan’s historic sub-zero winter is still haunting the state’s apple growers.
The heavy winter snow provided insulation for ticks and other bugs, and once it melted, offered a nice breeding ground for mosquitos.
Spring began, in metro Detroit, with high hopes, snow flurries and temps in the 20s.
The Meridian Winter Blast is set to kickoff this weekend in Downtown Detroit and organizers hope to provide some relief from the winter blues and cabin fever.
How cold is it? Even too cold for some birds that fare well in Alaska.