The winter simply does not want to leave the Tri-State as the weekend remains below freezing.
The Tri-State may be nearly a week into spring, but winter is not leaving anytime soon.
The first day of spring may be here, but the Tri-State is still shivering. Freezing temperatures are blanketing much of the area and a wintry mix of rain and snow is expected Sunday overnight into Monday.
As the Tri-State preps for the Supermoon, residents can also prep for the first day of spring.
With a week until the start of spring, temperatures are beginning to feel like spring, rising to the 50s on Sunday in the Tri-State.
Tri-State residents have a breezy day in store for their Saturday as temperatures hover in the low 50s for most of the day.
The Tri-State was seeing heavy showers on Sunday with the potential for an additional 1 to 2 inches. Rain is expected to continue steadily into the overnight hours before ending after midnight.
The final weekend of February will end on a much warmer note than what the Tri-State has been used to this winter.
A wind advisory is in effect until Sunday as gusts reach a potential 55 to 60 mph on Saturday.
Temperatures will continue to rise on Sunday as the Tri-State preps for a mild week.
For the first time in a while, temperatures will hit the average mark on Saturday as snow and ice continue to melt.
The Tri-State will get something on Sunday it hasn’t gotten in quite some time: sunshine.
Tri-State residents can rejoice for Saturday’s weather. For the first weekend in quite some time, there will be no heavy snow, major accumulations or cold temperatures in the Tri-State area.
The active winter continues as a high pressure system brings another arctic chill into the Tri-State after a slow snow melt on Sunday morning.
New York City could break the record for its snowiest month ever if Saturday’s scattered snow showers drop more than 9/10s of an inch.