Expect another cold one today as the snow pack from the storm keeps things a few degrees colder than normal. The sunshine will be ample, but expect some blowing and drifting snow to be a problem out in eastern Long Island.
At Ewen Park in the RIverdale section of the Bronx, there was plenty of downhill fun to be had Tuesday.
The blizzard that just spared the city had moved on to the northeast. There are a few flakes still flying around the twin forks even at this hour. Still have yet to get accurate reports from our viewers and trained spotters.
Earlier fears of an epic blizzard quickly turned to fury Tuesday, as businesses lost half a billion dollars in New York City alone because of the massive shutdown.
By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Hello everyone, This is a serious storm we’re under. Heavy bands of snow deriving from a tropical low down in the Caribbean are smacking the coast. Long Island […]
Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency Monday from Sullivan and Ulster counties down south.
New York City public schools will be closed Tuesday, and all nonemergency vehicles will be banned from the roads as of 11 p.m. Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced.
As a potentially historic blizzard swept the Tri-State Area Monday, New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday afternoon that the entire New York City subway system and other MTA transportation will shut down at 11 p.m., and roads in 13 counties will be shut down to all but emergency vehicles.
Long Island is right in the bull’s-eye of a massive winter storm which could dump up to two or more feet of snow in some areas.
Officials have been trying to get the word out to the public about the upcoming storm.
With a historic blizzard pounding the Tri-State Area Monday and Tuesday, there are a number of health concerns to be on the watch for – especially for anyone shoveling snow.
Tri-State Area schoolchildren were guaranteed a snow day on Tuesday, with an added bonus of an early dismissal Monday afternoon.
Airlines canceled thousands of flights into and out of East Coast airports as a major snowstorm packing up to 2 or more feet of snow barrels down on the region.
Most of us in the Tri-State are under a state of emergency due to the blizzard that is about to bear down on us. Snowfall totals are ranging from 6 inches to potentially 3 feet.
The impending blizzard predicted for New York and the surrounding suburbs is already changing plans for the hometown Rangers.