We’re in for another cold night to kick off the weekend. Temps will drop into the single digits for most, with even some subzero lows far north and west in places like Monticello.
The snow is long gone and out towards Boston. We were pretty good with the forecasting having the largest totals in south New Jersey and smaller totals in the Hudson Valley.
Staying warm in this bitter cold can be a challenge, no matter how long you have to stay outside.
If you’re going to be out and about tonight, definitely bundle up! Lows will dip into the upper 20s overnight with wind chills in the teens. Midnight forecast? A frigid 26, feeling closer to 15 degrees in Times Square. Brrrrr!!
BRRR!!! It’s been downright cold across the Tri-State, even with breaks of sunshine earlier today.
Imagine having knee pain for decades, and then having it all disappear with a quick trip to the doctor’s office.
In Long Beach, some revolutionary new fire hydrants have been turning a lot of heads.
Bitter, cold temperatures blew into the Tri-State Area, making all that weather leading up to this seem almost pleasant by comparison.
Movement was not an option at the Penn Station Taxi stand, and Jay Dow immediately noticed a couple of guys just standing there, steeling themselves against the cold in Steelers caps.