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Unusual cloud formation signals more than just storms in the forecast
Ask Andrew: What type of cloud has a thin, whispy, "cap" on it?
This unique cloud not only indicates rain is on the way but also tells us how fast air is rising.
What "zero" water level on the Mississippi River really means
Water levels on the Mississippi River can even reach negative numbers when the river is extremely low. Here's why.
Ask Andrew: Why the "zero" level is not located at the bottom of the Mississippi River.
The bottom of the Mississippi River is not where the level "zero" is located for a variety of reasons, which is one of the many reasons levels can be negative.
Why September has the biggest decline in daylight of the year
The Quad Cities lose an average of 2.5 minutes of daylight each day from September through November. Here's why.
Ask Andrew: How much daylight do we lose in September?
Yes, it's true! We lose more daylight in September than any other month of the year.
Yes, clocks will fall back this November
The bill pushing states to enter daylight saving time permanently is once again stalled in the House.
Ask Andrew: What is the status of the permanent daylight saving time bill?
This past spring, a bill was introduced to make daylight saving time permanent. Meteorologist Andrew Stutzke explains where the bill stands right now.
These mysterious-looking rows in the night sky are becoming more common. Here's why.
The mysterious rows of lights in the night sky are SpaceX's Starlink satellites, part of a global initiative to provide high-speed internet access.
Starlink in the sky from northwest Illinois
Nathan Steele captures the Starlink satellite train in the night sky over northwest Illinois
Ask Andrew: What is that long train of 'stars' in the sky?
You've likely seen it in the sky, stars that appear to be lined up perfectly. Here's what they are and who is behind it.
Ask Andrew: How low are water levels on the Mississippi River compared to normal?
Severe to extreme drought throughout the Midwest has sent water levels on the Mississippi River plunging to near-historic lows, again
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