From a mudslide in Yonkers to flooding that forced the condemnation of houses in Shoreham, Long Island, the warming temperatures lately have caused lots of problems this week.
Clouds have started to fill in this afternoon, and now they are thickening up with moisture form the gulf. A low-pressure system loaded with rain is heading our way.
Yet again, radiation cooling has allowed for temps to peel off the thermometer especially outside of NYC. Some teens are forecasted in the Hudson Valley. Grab the coat for those temps!
Expect some filtered sun to be swallowed up by the clouds as the morning goes forth. Rain is slated to arrive in the afternoon, but not before we rise temps into the mid-40s.
Let’s look at tonight and tomorrow’s snow as hopefully a last gasp for the season!
If you were hoping for spring weather, you’re going to have to wait a bit longer.
Snow is falling over most of us, but soon we will make a switch over to sleet and rain.
We’re in for another cold night to kick off the weekend. Temps will drop into the single digits for most, with even some subzero lows far north and west in places like Monticello.
Good morning everybody! We’re seeing some rain showers for much of the area, but temps are a bit too close for comfort to the freezing mark.
Hope you’re having a good day so far. Another wickedly cold start for the Tri-State today as single digits and low teens encompass us.
The snow is long gone and out towards Boston. We were pretty good with the forecasting having the largest totals in south New Jersey and smaller totals in the Hudson Valley.
What a mess out there today. Heavy snow for some, heavy rain for others, and worst of all, ice for most of our drivers. Slow commuting tonight, please take your time.
Another round of winter weather coated the Tri-State area in snow, slush and ice Saturday.
If you can stay in this morning and relax, that would definitely be the thing to do on this Saturday. Snow moved in overnight and is now in the process of changing over to rain/mix from south to north.
After a bright finish to the work week, we’re now gearing up for some more winter weather for the Tri-State region, all associated with a fast moving coastal storm.