Heavy rain caused severe flooding for some Vermont communities Monday afternoon.
Meteorologist Michael Page takes a look back at June 2014 in Weather School.
While the Atlantic has been fairly quiet, the Eastern Pacific hurricane season is off to a busy start.
You probably noticed a hazy or smokey look to the sky Friday. Wildfires in Canada are to blame!
The most recent disappearance/crash of a jetliner across Africa may have happened due to severe weather in the area.
Forecasting in the Summer is becoming more accurate!
Strong thunderstorms will flare up Wednesday as a cold front cuts through the northeast. Read up for more on timing and expected impacts.
Getting very hot for the next 2 days. Read up on the numbers and safety tips.
Meteorologist Michael Page explains what a heat wave is in this week's Weather School.
Last year had several days above 90, but so far, this summer hasn't been quite as toasty.
We're just about halfway through summer when you look at the number of 80 degree days!
A huge event in the Queen City happens this week, and Fox44/ABC22 are happy to be your official forecast sponsor for the fun.
We have reached the climatological maximum warmth!
Storms rolled through southwestern New York Sunday, causing damage, and it was another confirmed tornado.
Meteorologist Michael Page explains what a microburst is in Weather School.
A stretch of terrific weekend weather ends on Sunday.
A cool pocket of air over the Midwest is causing quite a stir.
With clear skies overhead, there will be a nice view of the almost full moon Thursday night.
The National Weather Service, Binghamton, NY confirmed it was a tornado that caused the damage and fatalities in Smithfield.
Severe storms raced through New York and Vermont, causing damage in many communities Tuesday.
One of Plattsburgh's biggest events is happening this week/weekend!
Thunderstorms will develop Monday, July 7 and some may become severe with strong winds and heavy rain.
Meteorologist Michael Page describes what causes a circumhorizontal arc.
The National Weather Service says straight line winds and a gustnado caused damage in Central New Hampshire, not a tornado.
With a strong cold front and Hurricane Arthur, New Hampshire has seen a waterspout and possibly a tornado.