Spring Snowstorm Causes Slippery Morning Commute, Flight DisruptionsMild temperatures and bright sunshine caused quite a bit of melting by early afternoon – the one positive thing about an April snowstorm.
PHOTOS: Four'easter Slams Tri-State On First Day Of SpringThe fourth nor’easter in three weeks slammed communities along the East Coast on Wednesday, the first full day of spring.
'It's Not Easy': 3rd Nor'easter Dumps Heavy Snow On Parts Of Long IslandA winter storm warning is in effect for Suffolk County, which could get anywhere from 5 to 10 inches or more of snow.
Another Storm Slams Tri-State Area With Snow, WindThe third nor'easter in two weeks is slamming the Tri-State area Tuesday morning with heavy snow expected in some spots.
Storm Causing Flight, Traffic & Transit Changes Across AreaThe storm is expected to last through most of the day Tuesday, disrupting road, rail and air travel.
Malloy Urges Drivers To 'Stay Off The Roads'The governor said 4 to 8 inches of snow is predicted for western Connecticut, 8 to 12 inches in central Connecticut and 10 to 16 inches in eastern Connecticut.
Tri-State Residents Brace For More Snow As 3'rd Nor'easter Zeroes InParts of New York could get 3 to 6 inches of snow.
Snow Causes Power Lines To Sag, Lights To Flicker In QueensBy nightfall, snow-covered power lines hung precariously in parts of Queens, causing flickering street lights in St. Albans.
Photos: Another Nor'easter Slams Tri-StateHeavy, wet snow fell across the Tri-State Area on Wednesday, less than a week after the area was pummeled by another powerful storm.
#SleevesUp: Winter Storm Could Dump A Foot Of Snow Or More In Some SpotsA winter storm warning is in effect for much of the Tri-State area from 10 p.m. Tuesday until 4 a.m. Thursday.
Winter Storm Warning In Effect As Wet Snow Falls Across Tri-State AreaHeavy snow is possible for parts of the area, with accumulations between four to six inches expected.
Snow Makes For Slippery Morning Commute On Long IslandSnow made for a slippery Tuesday morning commute for many across the Tri-State Area, including on Long Island where some communities saw more than six inches of accumulation.