With freezing temperatures and more snow in the forecast it can be tough to dress for the cold and still look good.
I must sound like broken record! Cold! Cold! Cold! All around the Tri-State, temps are 5-8 degrees colder than normal.
We should top off in the lower 40s today, with a few flurries making their way down to the surface with no accumulation expected.
You’ll definitely wanna bundle up if you’re headed out, because temps took a plunge overnight! We’re in the teens in the city and single digits for some of the suburbs. With a persistent northwest wind, it’ll feel closer to zero as you start your day!
By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Good evening, Skies have been mostly sun filled today. Temps have been above normal too! It felt quite nice this afternoon when I stepped out for a coffee. […]
Happy Friday as they say. You might not have to put the extra three layers on your kids this morning!
Some good news ahead — we get warmer every day this week.
COLD! Yes the cold, below normal temps have returned. The winds are picking up as we speak and they are going to be a nuisance all day. Expect gusts to reach 25-30 mph.
Staying warm in this bitter cold can be a challenge, no matter how long you have to stay outside.
The light snow showers hit just in time for the Friday morning rush. The greatest snow totals are expected mainly from the city on northward into the Hudson Valley and Connecticut.
During the cold winter months in New York City, date nights are the perfect time to get warm and cozy with the one you love.
Arctic air sent temperatures plummeting across the Tri-State area on Thursday with wind chills driving them even lower.
The remainder of the afternoon is looking bright, but bitterly cold. By the late afternoon, temps should get to near 20° with a wind chill around 10°. Stay warm!
By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Good Morning! It’s the coldest morning of this winter by far, and the coldest air since last February. Starting temps: basically -2 to 10 above. Now add a […]
Arctic air and wicked wind chills have followed the snow that fell across the Tri-State area, bringing bitter cold temperatures to much of the region.