The Blue Angels kicked off Memorial Day Weekend with a roaring air show at Jones Beach on Saturday.
The Bethpage Air Show is taking place on both Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and the Blue Angels will kick off their performance at 2 p.m.
The air show is on Saturday and Sunday. Scheduled to perform are the Navy’s Blue Angels, an F-22 Raptor, the Army’s Golden Knights, and the Canadian Snowbirds.
Though the day got off to a bit of a damp start, it sure wasn’t a chilly one.
At noon today, it was 47 degrees in Central Park. That has people in the Tri-State Area doings things and going places that would be almost unthinkable for January 31.
Police say 22 tips have come in since the sketches were released on Tuesday.
Zachary Gottfried has been missing since Sept. 8 when he disappeared under the water while surfing with another man in 10-foot waves at Gilgo State Park.
Roy Lester spent 40 years as a lifeguard until he was fired from his job at Jones Beach in 2007. He claims he was forced out because he refused to take his annual swimming test in a Speedo.
James Dolan’s recent live performance at Jones Beach, recently posted to YouTube, features a song that pokes fun at the Knicks’ porous defense — and makes a telling reference to pariah Isiah Thomas.
Teterboro, N.J., reached 100 degrees and Central Park hit a high of 97. With the humidity factored in, the 97-degree temperature in Central Park actually felt like 109 degrees.
It’s not the Jones Beach fireworks, but it is guaranteed to dazzle.
The show had been held annually for 15 years before officials at the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation determined there were not enough trained park police officers to safely hold the display.
Thousands of people jammed Long Island’s South Shore, hoping cool breezes and ocean waters would save them from the sweltering temperatures.However, some beaches were closed and safety was a concern, reports CBS 2’s Jennifer McLogan.
This holiday weekend, the water is a big draw for Long Islanders, especially with the air show at Jones Beach. But police say have fun, just don’t operate a car or boat drunk.
Nearly 400,000 people are expected to attended the air show over the weekend at Jones Beach, which kicked off Memorial Day weekend festivities on Saturday.