The stormy weather that marched through the region Tuesday afternoon will continue to drench the Tri-State Area through early Wednesday evening.
By evening we’ll have a chance for severe thunderstorms, with the possibility of isolated tornadoes. The areas most likely to be impacted are Connecticut down through New York City to points north and west.
The fourth heat wave of the season is bearing down on the Tri-State area with temperatures expected to hit the mid 90s by Tuesday afternoon.
A heat advisory is in effect through 9 p.m. Tuesday as temperatures are expected to soar into the 90s.
The storms brought rain, hail and lightning with them, bringing sudden changes in the sticky weather that lingered for days over the region
Cooling centers will be open on Friday to help New Yorkers beat the heat, as near record-breaking temps continue to suffocate the area.
Get ready for some serious heat!
CBS 2′s John Elliott, Elise Finch, Vanessa Murdock, and Lonnie Quinn host “Eye On The Storm,” a look at just how extreme Tri-State weather has been lately.
We’ve reached the end of our countdown of the top 11 Tri-State Area news stories of 2011. The number 1 story has a name, and she sure left her mark.
The crash happened at around 3:22 p.m., shortly after the chopper took off from the 34th Street helipad. Crews at the scene lifted the chopper out of the water Tuesday evening and were able to get it onto a recovery boat.
Surveillance video shows CBS 2′s Lonnie Quinn locking up his $2,300 bike in front of his Upper West Side gym just after 10 a.m. Moments later, a man on a bike parked next to Quinn’s before taking it.
While the all-time record of 106 degrees wasn’t reached, residents in the Tri-State were left sweating it out as the mercury soared.
The 54th Annual New York Emmy Awards were held in Midtown Sunday night, where the best in local broadcasting were honored for their achievements over the last year.
With the Tri-State area less than a week into spring, old man winter is back for a late March visit.
Westchester County residents in flood-prone areas know all too well what storms like this may bring and fear the worst. Flood watches are in effect for the entire area and will remain so until Friday afternoon.