The Local 22 and Local 44 SkyTracker weather team will be taking your questions regarding the Wednesday - Thanksgiving Nor'Easter.
High winds Monday evening left many in the dark
Sunday updates on what to expect for Wednesday and Thursday storm system
A storm will be lurking near the Northeast as we approach the busy holiday travel period.
With over 80" of snow falling around Buffalo this week, Meteorologist Michael Page puts the epic totals into perspective.
Find out who is open Friday, who is about to open during the weekend, and what the weather will be!
Intense lake effect snow bands will dump feet of snow on the eastern sides of the Great Lakes Tuesday.
Adirondacks and St Lawrence Valley get the white stuff this go 'round!
Snow is coming south! In the past week the lower 48 has seen a 400%+ increase in snow coverage.
A messy mix of rain and snow will arrive just in time for the commute on Monday.
There's no end in sight to our colder than average weather.
A dusting to two inches of snow fell Thursday night, followed by temperatures dropping below freezing dawn Friday. That recipe caused accidents/closures on area roads.
Humans have successfully landed a rover on a comet!
Cold air has been intruding on the country for the past 2-3 days, and is on it's way to us
Ski resorts hoping to open in November have a good outlook on the horizon.
The national story of the cold outbreak can be applied locally as we will get in on this action starting Thursday.
We're in for quite a temperature swing over the next several days.
Some of our area has already seen the flakes and seen the snow accumulate. But for most Friday, it will start to look like winter.
At last it has come. Or at least, it will come soon enough. We are talking winter here so don't delay in getting prepped for it!
On this date in weather history the historic 1927 flood hit Vermont.
With the coldest push of air coming in this weekend, some snow is certainly attainable. But where? How much? These are factored best left alone for now...
Meteorologist Michael Page discusses some of the biggest October snows in our recent history.
Some snow atop the highest peaks this weekend, with more possible late week and next weekend.
Widespread rain, some heavy at times, will fall across New England for four straight days.
Temperatures have been several degrees warmer than average to start October.