A winter weather advisory is in effect from 6 a.m. Friday until 2 a.m. Saturday for New York City, northeast New Jersey, the lower Hudson Valley, southern Connecticut and Long Island.
It’s a chilly calm today before we ready the area for another snow event.
Although it’s another day starting off below normal, we will finish a little milder than yesterday.
By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Good evening, all. It’s a chilly, sunny one out there today. The winds are still kicking around from time to time, but a Wind Advisory is in place on […]
The snow and rain will come to an end Friday evening with possible snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches in the NYC area.
Rapidly melting snow left some homes flooded on Long Island Wednesday evening, and forced their evacuation.
The weather is finally warming up, but New York’s sidewalks and streets are still covered with the remnants of the long, messy winter.
It’ll be a chilly start to this Sunday morning with temps at or below freezing so be careful if you’re heading out early.
Today is pretty cold, but it really doesn’t feel that bad. We can thank the sun as its rising angle allows for more radiation to hit us! Even some melting is happening today.
The need for more plows and salt is especially evident in New Rochelle, where many of the side streets are still completely snow-covered and slick.
Thursday’s messy winter storm may make for a rough commute for many Friday morning.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for New York City, Long Island and parts of New Jersey until 7 p.m. Thursday.
A winter storm warning was expected to remain in effect for most of the state until 7 p.m. The National Weather Service said 4 to 8 inches were possible.
Long Islanders were saying “enough already” Thursday as yet another snowstorm hit the area, and some towns have also been hit with serious concerns about road salt shortages.
Trains are beginning to run closer to schedule again after weather-related problems caused delays for commuters Thursday morning.