Blizzard conditions with heavy snow and powerful winds are possible in both cities starting Monday and into Tuesday, and snow should arrive in some areas before daybreak — just in time for the start of the work week.
In Valley Stream, Long Island, a King Kullen grocery store was almost nearly wiped out of bread.
If you can stay in this morning and relax, that would definitely be the thing to do on this Saturday. Snow moved in overnight and is now in the process of changing over to rain/mix from south to north.
Today was quite pleasant for the middle of January! We hit 40 degrees in NYC and even milder around the Tri-State.
Be careful out there this morning if your traveling in Monmouth and Ocean County. The NWS extended their advisory until 8 a.m.
It’s a pretty chilly start out there today! Many are bottoming out in the upper teens and lower 20s.
A fairly seasonal day is in store for us. Temps will top off in the upper 30s today under a partly to mostly sunny sky.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo restricted travel on three major interstates because of the winter storm that pounded the area Wednesday – including a ban on all commercial vehicles on Interstate 84.
We’re just about to drop temps across the entire area and push the rain-snow line farther east. So the city can expect a last little burst of snow on top of our rainy mess we’ve had so far.
The snow, slick roads and spinouts of north suburban counties were not seen on Long Island, but drivers and residents there ran into their own problems with drenching rain and flooding.
The busiest travel day of the year is is being ruined by a nor’easter with a pretty good punch — especially inland.
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.
The FDNY has sent a team to help with snow removal in western New York where snow Thursday brought the Buffalo area’s three-day total to an epic 7 feet or more.
The NHL has postponed the Sabres’ home game against the New York Rangers on Friday night due to a severe lake-effect storm hitting the Buffalo region.