Skygazers Across Tri-State Turn Out For Partial Solar EclipseIn the Tri-State area, we should be able to see the moon block out about 70 percent of the sun.
Partial Eclipse Hits Tri-State With Moon Covering About 70 Percent Of The SunThe city that never sleeps slowed down for a few minutes as thousands of skywatchers gazed upward for a rare partial solar eclipse visible from our area. 
CBS2's Lonnie Quinn Explains The Total Solar EclipseAs we all know, the Earth revolves around the Sun, and the Moon revolves around the Earth. But at least twice a year, they fall into alignment, creating an eclipse.
Rain, Hail Storms Create Dangerous Conditions In The Tri-State AreaRain and wind sent people running for cover, as hail pounded parts of New Jersey -- looking like a water house, spraying buildings at times.
Severe Storms Plow Into Tri-State Area, Rip Down Trees, Cut Power To ThousandsSevere thunderstorms came plowing into New York City late Monday afternoon -- leaving trees and power lines on the ground, streets flooded, and numerous homes in the dark.
Storms Bring Down Trees, Power Lines North Of New York CityExtreme heat gave way to severe weather in parts of the Tri-State Area Tuesday night – ripping down trees and power lines in some regions.
Possible Tornado Leaves Path Of Damage In Dutchess CountyScreams of panic were heard Wednesday evening as a possible tornado tore through buildings in Poughkeepsie.
Record-Breaking Heat Seen Across Tri-State AreaRecords were broken across the Tri-State Area Thursday, as heat and humidity that were even high by summer standards settled in.
June-Like Temperatures Hit Parts Of Tri-State AreaHighs Tuesday will be around 80 in New York City and as high as the mid 80s in some spots in New Jersey.
Storms Bring Drenching Rain And Knocks Down Trees; Lightning Sets L.I. House AblazeA storm system left the Tri-State Area awash Thursday, and also ripped down trees and sent a lightning bolt that left a Long Island house ablaze.
Drenching Rain Brings Flooding For Parts Of Tri-State AreaThe Tri-State Area was getting soaked by drenching, bone-chilling rain propelled by fierce winds Friday.
De Blasio: NYC Public Schools To Reopen Wednesday, But 'Dangerous' Conditions Continue Into NightThe heaviest snowfall was expected Tuesday morning through the afternoon, with snowfall rates as high as 2 to 4 inches per hour.

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