Weather Services International is reminding us that the northeast coast remains at twice the average risk for a major hit through November.
The Long Island Power Authority was more than ready when Hurricane Earl breezed past Long Island last week. However, the utility’s customers might have to pick up the tab.
After navigating through menacing tides stirred up by the approach of Hurricane Earl, she reached the swimmer, 58-year-old Mike Gimpel.
Holiday weekend travel was back to normal Saturday.
Earl rumbled past the eastern tip of Long Island, leaving little more than a rainstorm in its wake.
Residents in the Garden State were breathing a little easier Friday night hours after Earl spared the Jersey Shore by straying from it.
Will Hurricane Irene wreak havoc on the Tri-State area? If she does, you’ll be prepared. Here’s CBSNewYork’s hurricane and tropical storm guide.
A weather expert says the New York City area is “vulnerabe’ and needs to get ready for a major hurricane.