Severe thunderstorms have slowed operations at airports, wreaked havoc at outdoor events and shocked beach-goers.
The showers and thunderstorms that came through western Massachusetts earlier Sunday evening have pushed off to our east.
While summer temperatures have actually been near, if not slightly warmer than normal, our lack of searing heat has left some people wanting…
Here is important information for homeowners and boat owners in case of a Hurricane.
Lightning strikes from Wednesday night’s storms caused some trouble around Hampden County.
Hurricane Cristobal is moving far off the New England coast but its impact is expected on south-facing ocean beaches.
Cooler weather and shorter days may be partly to blame but there are other issues that could be causing the leaves to change color so early.
It was hot and humid Wednesday, something we’ve haven’t had to deal with very much this month.
Hurricanes churning in both the Atlantic and Pacific are causing high surf conditions along the coasts.
Some are enjoying the last warm summer days before school begins, while others are working hard during a time when business is crucial.
California residents rattled by damaging 6.0 quake begin cleanup and rebuilding efforts.
The last week of August started off with a return to something that felt a lot more like summer.
People in California deal with earthquakes a lot. 22News found out if earthquake insurance is available or recommended in WMass.
The calendar may read late August, but a sure sign of fall is already here: some local orchards are already picking apples.
A heat wave is when the high temperature reaches 90 degrees or higher, 3 days in a row. So far in 2014, we haven’t had any.
A recent report indicates that climate change is responsible for the flooding rains we’ve been seeing lately.
Heavy rain fell across WMass last week causing a lot of runoff into the CT River. 22News explains how that affected the E.coli levels.