Parts of the Tri-State area got another taste of winter after snow fell overnight and temperatures plunged to at or below freezing.
The week began with downright summerlike temperatures, but the grip of winter slipped back onto the Tri-State Area late Tuesday.
The winter weather that has gone on relentlessly for months has made people think about the simplicities of spring and summer.
The balmy spring temperatures that climbed into the 60s will feel like ancient history Thursday, as a biting wind blows in and the high will fall short of the freezing mark.
With record-low temps on tap for the next few days, winter can be a dangerous time with the extreme cold, snow, ice, sleet and freezing rain. Stay with CBSNewYork.com for updates on the latest conditions.
Players on both teams have experienced chilly conditions during games, of course, although they don’t regularly brace for the sort of brrrr that’s anticipated for this Super Bowl.
The dangerously cold temperatures that have been hovering of the Tri-State Area can be punishing if you have to spend any amount of time outside.
Approximately 60 residents, some wearing nothing more than robes and pajamas, were evacuated to a school that the Red Cross set up as a temporary shelter.
Chopper 2 captured a NY Waterway ferry slow to almost a complete stop as it maneuvered around ice Thursday morning.
Those who had to be out were dressed in layers to try to keep warm.
Nearly 200 Metro-North passengers were stranded in freezing temperatures when their train lost power Wednesday night.
The symptoms are similar. You probably know the feeling: tired, runny nose and congestion, maybe feverish and just plain feeling lousy. So how do you know whether you have a cold or the flu?
The Tri-State area is facing another frigid cold day, but temperatures are warmer Wednesday than the record-breaking lows that left the region in a deep freeze Tuesday.
The high in New York City Tuesday is expected to be 10 degrees, but wind chills will make it feel more like minus 10.
The forecast high of 13 degrees hasn’t been seen in the region since 1994. And with windchills, it’ll feel even colder.