Crowds gathered Friday evening to look at the setting sun, for what has become known as Manhattanhenge.
Hope you’re having a good start amongst this misery. It is a chilly one today with temps starting of in the 30s for a lot of communities.
Mild temps ruled the day, but clouds have been filling in since noon. Temps peaked in the mid 50s — actually it’s the normal for March 29! So we’re a little ahead of schedule.
Not as chilly to start today. Clouds are closing in on both sides of Tri-State. I’d say today is a “hiccup” in our weather pattern.
We topped out near 50 degrees and had sunshine all day. I think I literally saw just a few clouds. There are some clouds trying to make their way in now, but we are just too dry.
Man, it felt great to see the sun today! Although were still not above the norm, I’d still call today pleasant.
Chilly air grips the region again this morning. So much for mild starts in the 40s like yesterday.
We’ll be waking up in the 20s and 30s again tomorrow. Not our coldest… but still coat-worthy.
Turn of River Middle School sixth-graders have been keeping their heads in the clouds this school year _ and doing a really good job at it.