Amtrak trains that run through upstate New York will be halted at Albany through Wednesday afternoon, after a snowstorm described as being among the worst in recent memory pounded the Buffalo area.
Fall is far from over, but some neighborhoods in the Tri-State woke up to snow this morning.
If you have early drive this morning, you’re going to want some extra time. Everyone is driving in some slick conditions for the first time since last spring.
Today started out on a sunny and clear note, but clouds and chilly temps overtook the area by mid-afternoon. Light rain is starting to fall in New Jersey and Long Island, while some wet flakes are overtaking a few towns to the north.
Cold air has arrived. Sadly for those who like the heat, it’s going to be here for a while — at least a week.
Today might be the last 60-plus degree day for a while. The dense morning fog burned off early this afternoon and temps spiked.
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Tomorrow is even warmer… then things begin to change. The big snow in the Midwest, as well as the cold air in Canada, migrate south and east toward us.
Parts of the Tri-State area got another taste of winter after snow fell overnight and temperatures plunged to at or below freezing.
The week began with downright summerlike temperatures, but the grip of winter slipped back onto the Tri-State Area late Tuesday.
March is not going out like a lamb. Drivers in Islandia were negotiating through three inches of slush around lunchtime.
Winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts between 45 and 50 mph are possible, according to the National Weather Service.
Snow was falling in several parts of the Tri-State Area Tuesday night, but for most, chilling winds gusting up to 50 mph will make for the most unpleasant conditions.
A nor’easter is bearing down, and is expected to bring more snow beginning Tuesday night. But the worst of the storm is not expected to strike the Tri-State Area.
The relentless snow this winter caused the New York City Department of Sanitation to go over budget by $75 million.