Polar Plunge

Polar spray event in Port Washington, Long Island on March 7, 2015 (Credit: Sophia Hall/WCBS 880)

Fire Department Helps Save Polar Plunge Fundraiser On Long Island

The water off Port Washington is hiding under 20 inches of ice, making the annual polar bear plunge impossible — even for so-called polar bears.


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Rockaway Polar Plunge Raises Awareness, Hope For Cystic Fibrosis Patient

On a brutally cold morning, when there’s ice on the dock and snow on the beach, why would anyone go for a dip in Breezy Point? For a good cause, of course.


Map of expected temperatures in mid-July (Credit: CBS 2)

Meteorologists Forecast Polar Plunge For Tri-State Area Next Week

The colder temperatures are expected to hit the area next Wednesday and Thursday due to a jet stream that will take a huge dip into the eastern United States.