I know what you’re thinking… where’s spring?! It’s definitely not around today, as we’re once again dealing with a winter chill this afternoon around the Tri-State complete with cold and snow.
We are stuck in the upper 30s again today. Temps should be in the low 50s this time of year. The late afternoons do feel nice when the wind calms.
A return to winter is set for this morning. Expect temps to start off in the 20s for most. A few teens north and west of NYC will be felt as well.
Expect some showers to plague the start of your day if you live north of NYC — nothing much beyond some wet roads and a little ponding.
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!
Hope you’re having a good start. Some chilly temps have gripped the Tri-State yet again. The lack of cloud cover has allowed for plenty of radiational cooling.
You’ll certainly want to bundle up if you’re headed out early this morning! Temps across the region are in the teens and single digits, with even some subzero readings far north and west.
Expect the day to start off well below normal for the 30th of the last 32 days. Expect temps to start off ranging from single digits up north, to the mid 20s on the Jersey Shore.
Forecasters are calling for high temperatures in the low to mid 20s Tuesday with the wind chill making it feel more like 10 to 15 degrees.
Police said Maldonado reported Friday evening her daughter had run away wearing only underwear.
Winter is keeping its icy grip on the Tri-State area as Arctic air continues to plunge the region into a deep freeze.
Another blast of Arctic air will move into the Tri-State area Thursday, bringing with it potentially record-breaking temperatures.
Hope you’re having a nice afternoon! Boy, is it windy out there. Gusts will pushing 30 mph+ tonight, making real feel temps downright dangerous.
Although quite cold outside, it’s going to be a fairly tranquil day. Temps will peak below normal, but the sun will be out for most of the day so some needed melting will happen again.
Snow will follow bitter cold that brought some record-breaking temperatures to parts of the Tri-State area.