Frigid cold is back for hopefully the last time today. It is a brutally cold and dangerous start to your day.
Our storm has performed basically as advertised. A widespread 4-8 inches for many of us, those living in the Hudson Valley & interior Connecticut, 6 or less.
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.
Stay warm this evening. Temps are falling hard this afternoon, and we are going to bottom out in the single digits again.
Hope you’re having a good day so far. Another wickedly cold start for the Tri-State today as single digits and low teens encompass us.
It is a record cold day out there. Brutally cold air will impact us today, with the worst occurring right now.
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.
Hope you bundle up today before you head out, because it’s going to be a cold afternoon too! The temps won’t budge much today.
Extreme was set to return to the Tri-State Area on Thursday, and the New York City Office of Emergency Management has issued a warning in advance.
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.
While it wasn’t the most amazing snowstorm ever, the brutal cold air and hefty winds will be the even bigger story… expect gusts up to 60 mph across the East End of Long Island, up to 50-55 for NYC and the Jersey Shore.
Our storm is getting into full gear, with the highest amounts over eastern Long Island/coastal Connecticut into New England.
The day starts dry, but by the afternoon snow arrives. It intensifies overnight as it blossoms over the ocean, and really packs a punch for the folks living up in New England.
Tonight, we don’t dip too far back down the thermometer thanks to some clouds.