File Photo. Taken in February 2013.

Get ready for winter blast

With the next winter blast here, stay up-to-date with a link to check driving conditions or power outages in your area.

This NOAA satellite image taken Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015 at 12:45 p.m. EST, shows a storm system over the Atlantic Ocean with a back-end surface trough that is causing some snow to develop across parts of southern New England. A larger developing storm system is located just due northwest of the Gulf of Mexico with a large precipitation shield over most of the Lower Mississippi River Valley. This system is expected to impact New England later this week. (AP Photo/Weather Underground)

Northeast preps as 1st significant winter storm approaches

The National Weather Service said the exact track of the storm was unclear, but some areas could expect up to 8 inches or more of snow, and even those that don’t get much may experience dangerous road conditions.

Courtesy: Caleb Bireley

Mysterious pillars of light in Huntington

Several viewers asked about mysterious vertical lines of light in the sky in Huntington Tuesday night. It wasn’t Aurora Borealis, but it was still an interesting product of our atmosphere!

Becky took this shot of N. Harrison Street in Fort Wayne after Monday's snowfall.

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NOAA announces significant computer upgrade

Each and every day, meteorologists use computer forecast models to predict incoming weather. These tools provide insight on weather patterns, temperature trends, and what’s going on thousands of feet up in the atmosphere.