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.
De Blasio: NYC Schools Will Reopen FridayMayor Bill de Blasio said New York City public schools will reopen on Friday, and he is optimistic that New York City will be "largely back to normal'' after a fast and powerful winter storm.
Long Island Bracing For Heavy Snow As Weather Shifts From Spring To WinterTemperatures in the 60s Wednesday in some areas will be replaced by heavy snow and bitter cold on Thursday.
Up To 10 Inches Of Snow Expected Later This WeekAnyone who has been disappointed at the lack of snow this winter will fret no more once the week is over.
Flurries Fall Saturday, Just Days After Record-Warm TemperaturesThe ever-changing temperatures have been giving everyone a case of weather whiplash.
Frigid Cold, Icy Conditions Remain As Tri-State Digs Out Of Winter StormThe storm that swept through the area Saturday had moved south and east away from the shore as of Sunday morning, leaving residents to dig out in below-freezing conditions.
More Snow On The Way After Wintry Weather Makes Roads Slick Across Tri-State AreaThe National Weather Service says residents of the New York City area and New Jersey got 1 to 3 inches of snow.
Snow Could Slow Friday Commute In Parts Of Tri-State AreaSnow could cause slippery travel during Friday's commute in parts of Tri-State area.
Warm, Wet Weather On The Way SundayThe snow that blanketed New York City streets early Saturday morning didn't stick around long.
Snow Coming To Tri-State After Deep Freeze, Dangerous WindsTemperatures early Friday are in the teens and the wind chill makes it feel like it's in the single digits.