By Giorgio Panetta, CBS 2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Good Morning Everyone! You might be seeing a few flurries overhead as you head out the door today. And with the colder temps to start off your […]
A steady band of light, but blowing snow has set up from Western New Jersey all the way out to the far end of Long Island.
The bent, bashed and battered victims of Tuesday morning’s ice are on display where rain met plummeting temperatures before dawn in Woodbury.
The balmy spring temperatures that climbed into the 60s will feel like ancient history Thursday, as a biting wind blows in and the high will fall short of the freezing mark.
Fifteen stories above a Bronx apartment building stands, ice cascades downward from a frozen rooftop water tank. The scene is pretty from above, but dangerous to those down below.
The National Weather Service says flooding may be exacerbated by clogged road drains that have been blocked by snow and ice.
The Tri-State Area experienced a meltdown as the temperatures rose Thursday, leaving sidewalks sloppy and slushy – and creating dangerous conditions.
Sidewalks around many buildings have been cordoned because of falling icicles and rock-hard chunks of frozen snow, a situation that experts warn could get worse over the next few days as a thaw sets in.
The New York area is in line for another round of winter weather that could make for a messy morning commute.
If you are exhausted from all the cold and snow, you are not alone. Many have said enough is enough, and are dreaming about spring.
Snow, sleet and ice took down trees, left intersections flooded with slushy muck, and had residents fit to be tied on Long Island Wednesday.
A winter storm warning is in effect until 6 p.m. Wednesday for all of Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Snow is expected to fall through the morning before changing to a wintry mix of sleet and freezing rain.
The icy weather coming Wednesday could make for some treacherous footing, and everyone in the Tri-State Area was advised to make sure they tread carefully.
Authorities say most of the knockoffs were manufactured overseas. They say once the makers learned the Broncos and Seahawks made the Super Bowl, they rushed to make the goods with the teams’ logos. Then the goods were smuggled into the U.S. using overnight shipping.
The deep freeze that’s settled over the Tri-State Area has left scattered sheets of ice littering the Hudson River. Breaking the ice: that’s the mission for the crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Penobscot Bay.