22News found out why people wait until the last minute to get their lawnmowers ready for spring.
SEATTLE (AP) — Soggy Seattle has broken another rainfall record, and Portland is inching closer to smashing its own record. Seattle measured…
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — People in North Carolina were paying attention to rising rivers on Tuesday after storms dumped several inches of rain a…
Police caution drivers to be safe maneuvering around the soft shoulders of the road after it rains.
22News is working for you with how you can make yourself feel better if you have allergies.
Ticks are here, and in great numbers this season, but 22News is working for you with ways to protect yourself.
22News went to the Springfield Museums for their Earth Day Festival to see how people are continuing to celebrate our planet.
22News is working for you with what Earth Day means, and how people spent the day helping the Earth.
Massachusetts would be free of an official drought classification if it weren’t for the Town of Southwick.
MIAMI (AP) — A rare April tropical storm has formed far from land in the Atlantic.
MIAMI (AP) — The first tropical depression of the Atlantic season has formed far from land. Hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30, bu…
WASHINGTON (AP) — In what scientists call a clear sign of a warming world, Earth’s temperatures in March were the most above normal on recor…
22News explains why we’re seeing so many brush fires lately throughout western Massachusetts.
Wind gusts reached almost 50 mph
22News explains how unusual this warm weather is during the month of April.
22News went to the Quabbin Saturday to find fishermen getting ready for the 2017 fishing season.
OROVILLE, Calif. (AP) — With stormy weather approaching, state water managers announced Thursday they will resume releasing water down a dam…
While much of the central and eastern Pioneer Valley is considered “abnormally dry,” only part of one town still has drought conditions.
The governor has declared a state of emergency and there are fears more fires could start soon.
The recent warm weather has been melting snow to our north, which is causing the water level of the Connecticut River to rise.