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.
De Blasio, Cuomo Declare States Of Emergency; Above-Ground Subways, Schools Shut Down For Snowstorm>All above-ground Metropolitan Transportation Authority train service will be shut down beginning at 4 a.m. Tuesday as a dangerous snowstorm blows into the area.
Temperatures Plunge After Snowfall; Nor'easter May Be Coming Next WeekA winter weather advisory is in effect for New York City, the lower Hudson Valley, Nassau and western Suffolk counties on Long Island. A winter storm warning has also been issued for eastern Suffolk County.
Snow Mainly Sticks To Grass, Not Roads, In New JerseyA winter weather advisory is in effect for most of the state except the southern coastal counties.
Winter's Not Over! 2 To 4 Inches Expected For Most Of Area On FridayThe mild temperatures on Thursday will be soon be a distant memory.
Strong Winds Down Trees, Snap Power Poles, Damage Homes Across Tri-StateForecasters say there will be northwest winds Monday between 20 and 30 miles per hour and gusts up to 50 mph with the strongest winds through late afternoon.
Long Island Slammed By Winter Storm; Dropping Temperatures Prompt Worries About IceLong Island bore some of the greatest brunt of the snowstorm that struck the Tri-State Area Thursday, and even as the storm moved on, drivers were urged to stay off the roads.
NYC Could See Up To A Foot Of Snow Thursday; Schools To CloseNew York City is getting ready for what officials are calling a dangerous storm as New Yorkers soak up spring-like temperatures before heavy, wet snow moves in.

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