TV5's David Custer lets us know why the National Weather Service issues a severe weather bulletin and when it happens.
The Oklahoma tornado that leveled an elementary school is serving as a reminder to be ready at all times. More>>
TV5 is looking for viewers who would like to become weather spotters.
Whenever there's a major weather event, it's always important to make sure you're prepared for whatever comes your way. More>>
Do you have a plan? TV5's Gino Vicci has some advice that could help you avoid losing thousands of dollars. More>>
TV5's Lauren Fahrenkrug lets us know that severe weather season is here and now is a great time to double check your safety plan in case there is a tornado in your neighborhood. More>>
Hundreds of photos showing area flooding have come into the TV5 Newsroom -- take a look through some of the best here. More>>
Many parts of Mid-Michigan are experiencing flooding -- the picture above shows a dumpster floating down the Pine River -- check out more extreme weather photos inside this slideshow! More>>
Check out pictures submitted to TV5 of flooded areas around Mid-Michigan. More>>
Lightning is one of the most devastating weather phenomena's that can be experienced -- with proper knowledge and safety practices you can protect yourself, family and property. More>>
An effective way The National Weather Service protects people, property and the economy is by issuing what are called "watches" and "warnings." More>>
These amazing pictures show Mother Nature's wondrous yet destructive power from all over our globe. More>>
Officials say the tornado that touched down in Dexter, northwest of Ann Arbor, had winds estimated around 135 mph based on damage. More>>
Patrick Kennedy says he will never look at severe weather the same. More>>
TV5's Catherine Bodak shows you some tricks of the trade when navigating through WNEM.com and its weather page. More>>