Severe Storms Follow Extreme Heat For Tri-State AreaA severe storm system brought heavy rain and dangerous lightning to the Tri-State Area late Monday, following another day of sweltering heat.
'Heat Dome' Leaves Tri-State Area SwelteringThe ominous sounding weather phenomenon is a bubble of high pressure that sits in the mid atmosphere and pushes warm air to the ground.
NYC Opens Cooling Centers After Heat Advisories, Warnings Issued For Parts Of Tri-State AreaNew York City opened cooling centers as temperatures climb into the 90s across the Tri-State area Wednesday, and no relief was in sight.
Bitter Cold Befitting Of February Hovers Over Tri-StateThe skies were blue, the sunshine was bright, and fountains were turned on around Manhattan. But it felt more like a bright sunny day in February on Tuesday.
Snow On First Day Of Spring? Storm Threatens Tri-StateIt has seemed like spring – and even summer – throughout much of the month of March, but winter may come back with a vengeance for the very occasion of the first day of actual spring.
De Blasio Issues Emergency Declaration; Blizzard Moves In Early For NYCThe much-anticipated blizzard was striking the Tri-State Area earlier than expected Friday night, after Mayor Bill de Blasio issued a Winter Weather Emergency Declaration for the following day.
De Blasio Warns New Yorkers: 'Be Ready For A Big Storm This Weekend'A blizzard watch has been issued for New York City, Long Island and parts of New Jersey from Saturday morning through Sunday afternoon with up to 12 inches of snow possible in some spots.
Some Pleased, Some Disappointed As Record Warmth Hits Tri-State On Christmas EveRecord high temperatures are making it feel more like spring than Christmastime across the Tri-State area.
Bryant Park Skating Rink Looks More Like Swimming Pool As Warm Temps Break Records Across Tri-StateTemperatures reached the upper 70s today and broke the long-standing record of 74° set back on this date in 1948.
Much-Needed Rain Impacting Tri-State Area; Tidal Flooding Causes HeadachesWednesday marked the first significant rain event in our area since early October, and for many, it made for a wet and miserable time.
Tri-State Area Hit With More Rain As Hurricane's Path Takes ShapeThe Tri-State area is dealing with another day of wet and dreary weather Friday but got some comfort as forecasters said the powerful Hurricane Joaquin would likely stay out at sea.
NY, NJ Officials Urge Caution As Storms, Hurricane Joaquin ApproachThe governors of New York and New Jersey are warning residents to prepare for drenching storms that could cause power outages and close roads as Hurricane Joaquin gains strength.