Expect partly to mostly sunny skies this afternoon. Temperatures should have no problem working their way into the mid 60s, which is a few degrees warmer than yesterday. Not bad for November!
By Giorgio Panetta, CBS 2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Good morning! So late last night the National Weather Service issued a frost advisory for Suffolk County, and boy, was that a good call. The pine barrens […]
Tomorrow is even warmer… then things begin to change. The big snow in the Midwest, as well as the cold air in Canada, migrate south and east toward us.
By Justin Lewis CBS2 Meteorologist Good afternoon, everyone. High pressure will continue to dominate this afternoon, providing us with lots of sunshine, light winds out of the south, and temps peaking around 60°. So, expect […]
Things will start off on a cool (even cold) note in spots this morning, with an early morning temp around 45 in NYC and 30s elsewhere.
A beautiful November evening is in store with mainly clear skies and temperatures dropping to the low 50s.
Highs will top out at 54 in NYC which is right around our normal high of 55. After the clouds clear out during the day, it’ll be a beautiful end to the weekend.
Good Sunday morning! We’re starting off the day with some cloud cover and temps in the mid 30s and low 40s across the area.
A weak front approaches tonight with an increase in clouds being the most notable effect.
By now the sun is warming us up a bit from the cold start this morning; however, temps only peak in the mid and upper 40s for most locations.
I know you must be feeling the chill as you wake up. Across the board, temps are the coldest since those dreary days of last winter/spring.
Today was a bona fide chilly one. Winds picked up as the day went on and kept our real feel temps in the 40s. A few towns in our northern most fringes did not escape the 30s!
By Justin Lewis CBS2 Meteorologist Happy Friday, everyone! The good news is, we won’t see that foggy, drizzly, damp afternoon we saw yesterday — talk about miserable! We will, however, see more clouds than this […]
You’re going to want the coat at the bus stop this morning. With temps much colder than the last two mornings, expect a drastic change.
The fog and mist we are under right now will persist for a few more hours. Around midnight, winds finally shift north and we start to dry.