The busiest travel day of the year is is being ruined by a nor’easter with a pretty good punch — especially inland.
Some Thanksgiving travelers along the East Coast were heading out early because of a forecast calling for a nor’easter that will bring rain and snow.
Lonnie Quinn and I are working hard crunching numbers and maps for the most accurate forecast. This is a very complicated storm heading our way, with big ranges in snow totals.
We have a lot to talk about today. I know your all thinking about tomorrow’s storm, but first thing’s first — let’s take advantage of the sunny, mild weather today.
For tomorrow, you’re fine. Expect mostly sunny skies with highs reaching the mid to upper 50s. Cooler than today, but it will definitely be the pick of the week.
Monday’s taste of warm weather could give way to snow later in the week that may snarl the Thanksgiving holiday getaway.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says evacuation plans are being prepared and the Red Cross is setting up shelters as rising temperatures melt 7 feet of snow in the Buffalo area, causing a risk of flooding.
The Bills arrived in the Detroit area Friday and held practice that night at the Lions’ headquarters in Allen Park.
The Tri-State area is facing a bitter cold day as a ferocious storm dumped massive piles of snow on parts of upstate New York.
“We’re going to reward him someday,” 88-year-old Roy Noble told the Buffalo News. “He’s a helluva nice guy.”
Talk about a long road trip. Trapped on the highway for more than a day, the Niagara women’s basketball team is finally making its journey home.
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.