There’s nothing warm about Sunday’s forecast. Other than sunny, the Tri-State will be kept cool thanks to wind gusts of up to 26 mph and freezing temperatures all day long. The high will be 33 degrees and the low will be 24 degrees.
New York City took a beating during last week’s blizzard, and as it turns out, so did Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s popularity, particularly in the outer boroughs.
The Garden State is gearing up for another snow storm expected to arrive in the state early Friday. This storm is forecast to bring far less snow—one to three inches for most parts—than the blizzard that hit last week. However, the northwestern part of the state could see up to seven inches of snow.
A woman in Queens wants a personal apology, saying the city’s flawed response is to blame for her mother’s death during Sunday’s blizzard.
An airport on Long Island has reopened following the first major snow storm of the season.
With 12 to 18 inches expected to fall in New Jersey, NJ Transit said it’s taking steps to minimize delays and ensure service reliability throughout Sunday’s storm.
Some stranded passengers have been mulling around John F. Kennedy Airport for hours, even days, hoping to get booked on a flight back to the snow-ravaged United Kingdom.
NEW YORK (CBS New York) -The bulk of the weekend snowstorm will dodge most coastal areas of the mid-Atlantic, but may still hit eastern New England and New Brunswick hard with snow. The latest consensus […]
Around 17 inches of snow fell in 18 hours, the fifth heaviest snowfall in Twin Cities history. It was enough to deflate the hopes of stranded airport travelers.