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.
Tonight, we don’t dip too far back down the thermometer thanks to some clouds.
Whoa! That’s cold! See the map for some amazingly cold temps! Everyone is feeling the chill.
Skip Vezzetti, Rockland’s superintendent of highways, said this winter seem to be falling in line with recent years, when the county has spent $300,000 to $400,000 for salt and other melting supplies.
There are some bone-chilling temps out there this morning! If you live in our northern ‘burbs, some of the wake up temps are going down to the single digits.
Hope you’re having a good Tuesday. The weather is actually tranquil today. With temps a few degrees above normal in many areas, some melting is occurring right now.
The town has leased a snow melter to help clear snow from commuter parking lots and areas where the snow is blocking viability on roadways.
A pretty cold start today, but nowhere near our coldest. Even well north and west, the temp only gets down into the teens.
We still have some snow flying around the area. Most of the activity is isolated to the north and east. An additional inch or two is possible into the overnight period.