A few showers will pass through the area today, but we’re not expecting a washout. Keep a small umbrella handy through at least the first part of the evening.
For Wednesday Oct. 29, we can expect the last mild feeling day in the area until at least next Tuesday.
Tuesday is the perfect day for a stroll outside or exercising. But big changes are on the way.
It may be fall, but it sure feels like summer. Friday will see plenty of sunshine with a high of 75 and temperatures are expected to be in the low 80s over the weekend.
Rain and winds sweeping across the Tri-State area Thursday could pose some trouble along the coast.
As CBS 2 Meteorologist Lonnie Quinn says, as we know, anything can happen from moment to moment, especially with contributing factors like the polar vortex bringing cold air down from the North Pole.
The calendar may say September, but the weather is behaving like the hottest part of summer.
Nice weather is predicted for the start of the Labor Day holiday weekend across the Tri-State areas as people celebrate the final weekend of summer.
The National Weather Service says long period swells associated with Cristobal will continue to churn the ocean into Thursday evening.
Swimmers and lifeguards are facing a high risk for rip currents along New Jersey beaches.
Suffolk County and the towns of Islip and Brookhaven have declared states of emergency after what County Executive Steve Bellone called an “unprecedented” deluge.
Mike Hoffmann, head of Cornell University’s Agricultural Experiment Station said that while most people say they are aware of global warming, not many are changing habits to stem the tide.
The Suffolk County health department says the advisory is in effect until 7 p.m. Thursday because of the potential for bacteria from runoff following heavy rain and flooding.
A storm that dumped nearly an entire summer’s worth of rain in parts of the Tri-State area caused major flooding in some spots, stranding motorists and snarling the morning commute.
Motorists were still moving slowly as crews directed traffic through flooded out roadways in Bay Shore Wednesday afternoon.