(Friday Evening, August 22, 2014) Showers and a few thunderstorms continue to threaten the area Friday night. Moisture is expected to linger into Saturday morning, with drier weather returning by the end of the weekend.
Stronger thunderstorms, with damaging winds, are expected over eastern NY. Elsewhere, storms will produce torrential rain and frequent lightning over CNY through 5 pm.
When the full moon rises at 8:41 Saturday evening, it will look a bit bigger and brighter.
Tornadoes have and do occur in New York State. Most are weak, but occasionally we see a stronger storm form.
Thousands of people voted to select the photos that will be part of the 2015 Storm Team Weather Calendar and now we're revealing the winners.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado hit the town of Verona in Oneida County on Tuesday night.
A severe storm moved through Central New York on Tuesday night and NewsChannel 9 captured it moving through Syracuse on our downtown camera.
As a storm moved through Central New York on Tuesday night, Central New Yorkers had their cameras out. See the full gallery and share your photos.
Central New York is getting hit with summer-like heat and humidity. But exactly how humid will it get?
We turned around our streak of chilly months in May. It was a nice reprieve from the long, cold winter.
4 days to go and May is running 3 degrees above normal. This could be the first month with above normal temps since last October.
(11:00 am Monday May 26th) The sun is out, central New Yorker's are getting their grills and picnics ready but we are holding back. Can we just go ahead and call it the start of Summer?
A new meteor shower will take place tonight, but the billion dollar question is can we see it? Here are the details on this new shower. Maybe you can catch a falling star.
The heavy rainfall will wind down through the rest of the afternoon in CNY. The Finger Lakes ended up with the highest rain totals.
As a storm hits Central New York, get the latest view of CNY's only live, local radar, Live Doppler 9 right now with the Storm Team App, plus check Central New York's Most Accurate Forecast.
Strong south winds ahead of a cold front, will remain blustery through the evening.
It will be dry today. Rain will arrive tonight, heavy at times through Friday. Get your Friday rundown and a weekend preview here.
(Monday Evening, May 12, 2014) Rain in Central New York could become heavy toward the end of the work week. It’s because of a possible “Atmospheric River.”
If you thought it was warm today...you're right. Today's high of 84 tied the record high for today set back in 1993.
It may be cool, but it's dry today. We will get our first dry day since April 24th, and we could be in line for something this week, we haven't enjoyed in a month.
Daily marine forecasts for Central New York from the NewsChannel 9 Storm Team are back for 2014.