50 Stories: WCBS Chief Meteorologist Craig Allen On How The Weather Business Has ChangedThis week on 50 Stories with Wayne Cabot, longtime WCBS weatherman Craig Allen talks about his decades working at the radio station.
Back Stories: Blizzard Of 1996 Buries New York CityIn today's Back Story, WCBS Chief Meteorologist Craig Allen looks back on the Blizzard of 1996.
Powerful Storms Continue To Come And Go Throughout Tri-State AreaMother Nature is going to rain on our parade -- just in time for Memorial Day weekend
Severe Storms Spark Lightning Fire In Queens, Bring OutagesA round of severe thunderstorms cut power, and brought lightning that struck a home and caused a fire in Queens on Wednesday evening.
In Addition To Potentially Paralyzing Snow, LI Braces For Winds & Coastal FloodingWCBS 880 Chief Meteorologist Craig Allen said hurricane-force winds will form off Long Island and will create storm surge of up to five feet -- about half of the surge from Superstorm Sandy.
Warm Weather Means The Beach On Long Island... In MarchThough the day got off to a bit of a damp start, it sure wasn't a chilly one.
WCBS 880 Tri-State Top 11 Of 2011: No. 1 - IreneWe've reached the end of our countdown of the top 11 Tri-State Area news stories of 2011. The number 1 story has a name, and she sure left her mark.
WCBS 880 Tri-State Top 11 Of 2011: No. 2 - Freak October SnowstormWe're still counting down the top 11 Tri-State Area news stories of 2011 here at WCBS Newsradio 880 and, at number 2, we have something that doesn't usually accompany the ghosts and goblins of Halloween weekend.
New York City Battens Down The Hatches As Irene Begins Her Run Up CoastMayor Bloomberg said that senior citizen homes, nursing homes and hospitals in low-lying areas "must evacuate" by 8 p.m. Friday unless they are able to show that their location or provisions for back-up power would allow them to stay safe.
Winter To End Pleasantly In Tri-State With Cool, Crisp TempsAs the Tri-State preps for the Supermoon, residents can also prep for the first day of spring.
Spring-Like Weather Sends New Yorkers Outside Friday; Cold On The WaySome folks may still be feeling a bit foggy about the forecast. At a train station in White Plains, commuters could be seen wearing heavy winter coats and light jackets, sweaters and sweat shirts.
Post-Christmas Blizzard Lessons Learned, But Some Still Upset"Over a foot of snow in five hours so that's a heavy, heavy rate, but we managed to keep all of the highways and primaries open," said Bernard Sullivan of the Sanitation Department.