CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn: Move Of 50 Miles Made Difference Between Paralyzing Blizzard And Mild Snowstorm
The Blizzard of 2015 turned out only to be a minor snowstorm for the boroughs of New York City and any other areas only because the storm system shifted 50 miles off its forecast path.
Lonnie delivered the “Top 10 Things You Don’t Want To Hear From Your Weatherman During A Blizzard.”
A messy mix of rain, snow and sleet is expected to hit the Tri-State area as part of a winter storm system moving up the Eastern seaboard this weekend.
In what’s becoming a daily event, another minor earthquake has shaken parts of eastern Connecticut.
Most Tri-State Area residents will see under an inch of snow, but some may see up to 2 inches. Still, the New York City Department of Sanitation issued a snow alert for Tuesday.
In addition to the cold temps, wet and windy weather is heading our way.
One of the busiest, most stressful travel days of the year poses special challenges as travelers on their way to Thanksgiving celebrations contend with a nor’easter packing rain and snow.
Bitter cold will shock the system as Tri-State Area residents wake up on Monday, and slippery roads could mean problems for the morning rush.
The snow alert is in effect starting at 8 p.m. Thursday, which means crews, salt spreaders and plows are getting ready to handle any potential snow removal throughout the city.
Rain and blasting winds cut power to an estimated 13,000 customers on Long Island Wednesday evening.
A severe storm system blowing into the Tri-State Area posed a minor threat for tornadoes during the overnight hours Tuesday into Wednesday.
The first nor’easter of the fall season will plow its way into the Tri-State Area Thursday morning, and is expected to affect the morning commute and stick around all day.
As CBS 2 Meteorologist Lonnie Quinn says, as we know, anything can happen from moment to moment, especially with contributing factors like the polar vortex bringing cold air down from the North Pole.
A virtually unheard of anomaly in the atmosphere was to blame for a devastating rainstorm on Long Island Wednesday, which set a new one-day record for rainfall in New York State.
Heavy rains and flooding were expected to make for a frustrating commute for the Tri-State Area on Wednesday morning.