One of the busiest, most stressful travel days of the year poses special challenges as travelers on their way to Thanksgiving celebrations contend with a nor’easter packing rain and snow.
We’re just about to drop temps across the entire area and push the rain-snow line farther east. So the city can expect a last little burst of snow on top of our rainy mess we’ve had so far.
It’s definitely a better morning, as far as temps are concerned, than we have had over the past few days.
After the rain exits east, its all about the temps. Waking up tomorrow morning will feel like a typical morning in mid-January.
Today started out on a sunny and clear note, but clouds and chilly temps overtook the area by mid-afternoon. Light rain is starting to fall in New Jersey and Long Island, while some wet flakes are overtaking a few towns to the north.
Cold air has arrived. Sadly for those who like the heat, it’s going to be here for a while — at least a week.
Today might be the last 60-plus degree day for a while. The dense morning fog burned off early this afternoon and temps spiked.
Today is a transition day in the world of our local weather. Clouds have overwhelmed much of the Tri-State ahead of the approaching cold front, and even the winds are starting to pick up.
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Tonight is clear and quiet. But if you’re headed out, grab the jacket, because the later it goes, the chillier it gets with lows in the 40s for much of the Tri-State.
For Wednesday Oct. 29, we can expect the last mild feeling day in the area until at least next Tuesday.
Rain and blasting winds cut power to an estimated 13,000 customers on Long Island Wednesday evening.
Only light rain was seen in much of the Tri-State Area on Tuesday, but a hovering weather system brought floods and created a dangerous situation in Newark.
The first nor’easter of the fall season will plow its way into the Tri-State Area Thursday morning, and is expected to affect the morning commute and stick around all day.
Severe weather swept through the Tri-State area on Sunday, injuring two people and throwing a major wrench in Labor Day weekend happenings.