Bitter Blast Hits Tri-State With Gusty Winds, Sub-Freezing TemperaturesTemperatures are expected to hit the low 30s, but winds are making it feel like the teens.
Blast Of Arctic Air Puts Tri-State Area In Deep FreezeTemperatures in the teens and single digits in some spots meant a slippery morning commute.
Warm, Wet Weather On The Way SundayThe snow that blanketed New York City streets early Saturday morning didn't stick around long.
Snow Coming To Tri-State After Deep Freeze, Dangerous WindsTemperatures early Friday are in the teens and the wind chill makes it feel like it's in the single digits.
Arctic Blast Brings Bitter Cold & Biting Winds To Tri-State Area; Snow Still AheadA wind advisory is in effect from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday while a high wind warning in effect from 6 p.m. Thursday until 6 a.m. Friday.
NYC Lawmakers Want Landlords To Turn Heat On When Indoor Temperatures Drop To 62 DegreesUnder current regulations, landlords don't have to provide heat unless it's 55 degrees inside and 40 degrees outside.
Arctic Air In Upper Midwest To Move East As Week Wears OnClimate Prediction Center forecaster Stephen Baxter says the cold will affect parts of the northern and eastern U.S. late this week and into the weekend, with much-below-normal temperatures expected.
Officials Urge Caution As Arctic Air Blankets Tri-State AreaThe deep freeze is only going to get worse with the coldest conditions expected over the weekend.
Local Officials, Residents Prepare For Possibility Of Major Snowstorm, FloodingMeteorologists and local officials are keeping a close eye on a weather system that could potentially bring heavy snowfall to the Northeast.
Bitter Blast Grips Tri-State For Second Day In A RowPeople across the Tri-State area bundled up Tuesday as frigid temperatures and wind gusts made it apparent winter has finally arrived.
NYC Cold Weather Safety Tips & Warming Center GuideA bitter blast can be deadly if you're not careful. Stay inside if you can.
Bitter Cold Across Tri-State After Dramatic Drop In TemperaturesIn New York City, the Bryant Park fountain in Manhattan was partially frozen early Tuesday morning, a far cry from the record 72 degrees just 12 days ago.