Tri-State Area Readies For First Significant Snow Of The SeasonThree to six inches of heavy, wet snow are expected for most.
How To Celebrate The Most Wonderful Time Of The YearAfter the parties and family gatherings, keep warm this winter with movie marathons, game nights, bake-offs and more.
Piles Of Snow, Falling Ice Causing Problems Around CityThe cleanup continued Thursday after a snowstorm slammed the area, and so did the frustrations.
Crews Cleaning Snow From Fifth Avenue Ahead Of Annual St. Patrick's Day ParadeThursday morning, Fifth Avenue was bustling with front loaders and dump trucks hauling away snow from this week's late-winter storm.
Icy Mess On Roads, Sidewalks A Night After SnowstormTuesday's storm, which followed a stretch of unusually mild winter weather, dumped 1 to 2 feet in many places, but fell short of the predicted snowfall totals in New York.
De Blasio: NYC Public Schools To Reopen Wednesday, But 'Dangerous' Conditions Continue Into NightThe heaviest snowfall was expected Tuesday morning through the afternoon, with snowfall rates as high as 2 to 4 inches per hour.
De Blasio, Cuomo Declare States Of Emergency; Above-Ground Subways, Schools Shut Down For Snowstorm>All above-ground Metropolitan Transportation Authority train service will be shut down beginning at 4 a.m. Tuesday as a dangerous snowstorm blows into the area.
Temperatures Plunge After Snowfall; Nor'easter May Be Coming Next WeekA winter weather advisory is in effect for New York City, the lower Hudson Valley, Nassau and western Suffolk counties on Long Island. A winter storm warning has also been issued for eastern Suffolk County.
Snow Mainly Sticks To Grass, Not Roads, In New JerseyA winter weather advisory is in effect for most of the state except the southern coastal counties.
Slick Roads, Strong Winds Ahead MondayMonday morning's commute might be messy for some due to icy road conditions.
New Yorkers Brave Slick, Slushy Streets And Sidewalks As Cleanup ContinuesIt was a daylong ordeal for New Yorkers, who gingerly traipsed over messy streets and sidewalks to get back into their usual routines.
Suffolk County Still Digging Out From Heavy Snow & IceFourteen inches of snow blanketed Farmingville, Babylon got more than 15 inches and Selden topped the snowfall charts with 16 inches.