Most people understand wind speed, but they have trouble understanding wind direction.
If you want to spend part of the weekend reaching for the stars, you just might get your wish if the weather cooperates.
As you walk outside your door, you can tell it doesn’t feel very festive and it’s hard to believe that Christmas is just over two weeks away…
Data from the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C., shows January into February is the most likely time to see snow in East Tenn…
WATE 6 Storm Team Meteorologist Trent Magill is going head-to-head against mixed martial arts fighter Terry “The Bull” Bullman in a celebrit…
Unseasonably warm weather is affecting popular Sevier County attraction Ober Gatlinburg.
Every few days the International Space Stations becomes visible from the night sky.
Inches of rain are already soaking into East Tennessee’s soil with even more rain is on the way.
Every year, with the arrival of cold, winter weather, the 6 Storm team gets questions about condensation.
Have you ever looked up at a plane soaring through the air and wondered how it all works?
Sunday East Tennessee saw the first official snow of the season.
In one rare case, a piece of the debris, a corn stalk, was lifted thousands of feet into the air and actually became the nucleus of a hail s…
WATE 6 Storm Team Chief Meteorologist Matt Hinkin visited North Cumberland School, just north of Crossville to answer some questions from so…
WATE 6 Storm Team Meteorologist Ken Weather visited third graders at Farragut Intermediate to talk about weather. They had lots of questions…
Autumn represents the return of a chore many dread: raking leaves.
The biggest thing to remember for the first freeze is to disconnect the hose from the outside faucet.
While you can’t actually see wind, we can measure its motion by the force it applies on objects.
Hurricane Kate has formed in the Atlantic north of Bermuda, becoming the fourth hurricane of the Atlantic season.
Mason, a 5-year-old student at Oneida Elementary School, asked the WATE 6 Storm Team how strong tornadoes can be.
The WATE 6 Storm Team proud to be chosen as NOAA’s Weather-Ready Nation Ambassadors.