By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Good evening, Skies have been mostly sun filled today. Temps have been above normal too! It felt quite nice this afternoon when I stepped out for a coffee. […]
Some good news ahead — we get warmer every day this week.
Today started off white and wet, and it looks to be ending that way too. Overall, less than an inch of rain fell across the area.
A winter weather advisory is set to go into effect at 3 a.m. Monday and last through 10 a.m. for all five boroughs of New York City and Long Island.
We’ll be in and out of sunshine as some clouds pass through, but overall we’re looking at a fairly nice end to the week.
Expect a similar day to yesterday with a high of 40 degrees and plentiful sun after a freezing start to the day.
Forecasters say rain will be heavy at times Wednesday and could cause flooding on the streets and in areas of poor drainage.
It’s finally Friday evening and it sure is chilly out! That being said, the chill will be sure to bring out the spirit of the season.
Not as chilly to start today. Clouds are closing in on both sides of Tri-State. I’d say today is a “hiccup” in our weather pattern.
We topped out near 50 degrees and had sunshine all day. I think I literally saw just a few clouds. There are some clouds trying to make their way in now, but we are just too dry.
A charity that runs holiday toy drives for needy and sick children was dealing with a blow from Mother Nature Wednesday.
The only elements hanging around today are the wind, and a little snow. As the second half of the low wraps around, it’s going to pick up some colder air and give us some light snow — primarily north of the city, but even some of the ‘burbs could be seeing flakes.
Wow, what a day we had today. The Nor’easter delivered all that is was expected so far.
The bent, bashed and battered victims of Tuesday morning’s ice are on display where rain met plummeting temperatures before dawn in Woodbury.
Don’t let wet weather put a dent in your happy hour plans. From grown-up bowling alleys to movie theater bars, we have the skinny on where to hang when it rains.