National Weather Service
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch from Thursday evening into Friday afternoon.
The nonstop rain of the afternoon let up for the Tri-State Area Sunday.
Forecasters are predicting anywhere from three to seven inches of snow starting around 10 a.m. Saturday in New York City and on Long Island.
Tri-State Area residents may face some slick roads Sunday and even some icing conditions.
A family of four, including two children, were displaced after a fire tore through a home in Yonkers overnight.
The Department of Buildings issued a warning to property owners Friday to secure construction sites and buildings as high winds whip through the area.
A tornado touched down near Paramus, N.J. during the round of violent storms Monday afternoon, the National Weather Service confirmed.
Seventy-five years ago Saturday, a deadly and fast-moving storm hit Long Island and New England and surprised everyone.
At heat advisory was placed into effect for most of the Tri-State Area Wednesday, as the temperatures climbed well to the 90s.
The twister touched down at 10:05 a.m. with maximum speeds of 75-85 mph. It was two miles in length and about 50-100 yards wide, the National Weather Service said.
A fast-moving storm system uprooted trees, damaged homes and knocked out power to hundreds of residents in Rockland County.
The fast-moving storm system took down trees and damaged some homes in West Haverstraw and Stony Point.
Temperatures surged to potentially dangerous levels Thursday with relief from the largest heat wave of the summer still days away.
It’s another week of hot weather across the Tri-State Area as temperatures are expected to be in the 90s through the weekend. A heat advisory is in effect for New York City until midnight Tuesday.
The tornado touched down at 9:17 a.m. in Berkeley Heights in Union County. Forecasters say the twister was on the ground for about 10 minutes and cut a path of about 50 yards wide and 4.8 miles long through New Providence and Summit.