Crowds Marvel As Thanksgiving Parade Balloons Start To Take ShapeOn the eve of the parade, spectators watch the giant balloons get inflated on the Upper West Side.
Hermine Makes Gradual Push In Direction Of ShoreTropical Storm Hermine was pushing slowly toward the shores of the Tri-State Area late Monday, and concerns persisted despite another largely sunny day.
Another Evening Of Storms For Some After Day Of Heat, Humidity In Tri-State AreaFollowing another day of dangerous heat, severe thunderstorms once again rolled into the Tri-State Area late Friday.
Tri-State Area Residents Fight To Stay Cool As Blazing Heat ReturnsThe air was thick and blazing hot on Thursday, and the heat will not be going anywhere for a while despite a round of storms expected in the evening.
Severe Storms Take Down Trees, Power Lines Around Tri-State AreaSevere storms pounded the Tri-State Area late Monday afternoon -- bringing sideways rain, uprooting trees, and electrocuting a driver whose car was struck by downed wires.
Severe Storms Blast Through Tri-State Area, Take Down Trees, Power LinesA speedy, but powerful round of thunderstorms pounded the Tri-State Area late Thursday afternoon, forcing people to scramble for cover as they were caught in the pouring rain.
Tri-State Area Sweats Through Another Summer Scorcher With Bouts Of RainThe Tri-State area dealt with more summer swelter Thursday, with high temperatures across the region broken up by pouring rain.
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.
Nonstop Rain Prompts Coastal Flood WarningsRain soaked the Tri-State Area for much of the day, bringing a threat of flooding for coastal areas.
Long Island Fire Rips Through 5 Houses, Jumps Creek To Burn BrushA brush fire damaged or destroyed five homes in the area of Copiague and Lindenhurst, Long Island, Wednesday afternoon, and an entire neighborhood was put at risk.
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.
Wet, Miserable Monday Set To Give Way To Bitter ColdA mere three days after temperatures topped out near 80 degrees in much of the area, an early spring cold front on Monday brought a wintry blast to some in the Tri-State and bone-chilling miserable rain to others.