Today might be the last 60-plus degree day for a while. The dense morning fog burned off early this afternoon and temps spiked.
Dense fog has been increasing since late last night thanks to a system offshore and the warm air bursting ahead of the front. So give yourselves some extra time to commute this morning.
We have one more spring-like day around the area before we get clipped by the brutal cold across the middle states.
The fog rolled in over the mountains Sunday night and showed no sign of dissipating by Monday afternoon. That prompted organizers to call off the men’s biathlon mass-start race and men’s snowboardcross almost simultaneously.
The temperature was already plummeting rapidly from its balmy morning high Monday evening, and when Tuesday comes around, the Tri-State Area will see the coldest day since 1994.
Beware the fog! That is the message from New Jersey State Police.
All New York metro area airports were experiencing major delays Monday afternoon due to heavy fog in the area.
Officials say a mysterious glow that lit up the sky over parts of northern New Jersey early Sunday morning was nothing to be concerned about.
Survivor Vincent Whiteaker tells CBS 2 that a black BMW sped by, cut them off and forced their SUV to swerve.
A family of six and a family friend were in the SUV when it wrecked. The survivors are in critical condition.
Two New York State Park Police officers trapped in fog on Niagara River about a quarter mile from the famous falls are safe after a Canadian police helicopter hoisted them off the water.
Fog this morning will give way to cloudy skies and cooler temperatures.
Tri-State Area residents will be able to get by without the heavy coats at temps hit the 40s and 50s throughout the area. New York City will see a high of 49 degrees and a low of 42—both above average.
Make sure you have your rain gear Tuesday.
Soupy weather was expected to kick off the new work week.