Temps have dropped off yet again. We will not get out of the upper 20s today.
Taking advantage of a brief “warm” spell, an army of sanitation workers spent all day Wednesday trying to clear city streets of ice and snow. But many residents were wondering why they had not seen trucks and plows sooner.
Today felt pretty good with highs in the mid-30s! Clouds are on the increase as we speak.
Many parts of the U.S. have already broken records for snowfall and below zero temperatures while other parts have seen unseasonably warm temperatures.
Good morning everybody! We’re seeing some rain showers for much of the area, but temps are a bit too close for comfort to the freezing mark.
Alternate-side parking rules have been suspended for Saturday, though parking meters remain in effect throughout the city.
We’re seeing some pretty widespread snow across the area, but that is expected to mix with rain/sleet then become all rain overnight.
Hope you’re having a good day so far. Another wickedly cold start for the Tri-State today as single digits and low teens encompass us.
It is a record cold day out there. Brutally cold air will impact us today, with the worst occurring right now.
So far, they’ve received more than 100 complaints. The app, called SOConnect, allows people to remain anonymous and is easy to use, officials said.
Although quite cold outside, it’s going to be a fairly tranquil day. Temps will peak below normal, but the sun will be out for most of the day so some needed melting will happen again.
The snow is long gone and out towards Boston. We were pretty good with the forecasting having the largest totals in south New Jersey and smaller totals in the Hudson Valley.
Southern New Jersey was largely spared by snow in winter storms earlier this season, but it was being hit the hardest on Tuesday.
Commuters faced some hazardous travel conditions during the morning rush hour on Tuesday.
The day starts dry, but by the afternoon snow arrives. It intensifies overnight as it blossoms over the ocean, and really packs a punch for the folks living up in New England.