It’s gonna be a mostly cloudy day with occasional light rain across the area. Not anything serious in terms of totals, just enough to put a slight damper on weekend spirits. Still not too bad with a high around 50.
Experts warn that some of the hundreds of cars that were flooded out on Long Island roadways this week could eventually show up back on the market with no evidence that they had been water-logged.
Lifeguards at area beaches were on high alert over the weekend as the danger of rip currents increased along the south shore of Long Island.
Many people were picking up on Saturday morning, after wind and rain toppled dozens of trees and left some communities in the dark.
A round of severe storms plowed into the Tri-State Area late Friday afternoon – causing delays of nearly five hours for arriving flights at some airports.
A four-mile steel wall is going up along the Jersey Shore beachfront, in one of the biggest projects that New Jersey will undertake to keep residents safe from storms like Superstorm Sandy.
The storms Tuesday claimed a life in New Milford, Connecticut, after devastating winds tore through the area.
Heavy rains pounded the area and prompted a flash flood warning Friday night, but a sunny weekend was set to follow.
New Jersey transportation officials say they’re working to replenish road salt supplies in the wake of several winter storms.
State officials said they are bringing in 20,000 cubic yards of sand to repair the dune at an estimated cost of $200,000.
A tornado touched down near Paramus, N.J. during the round of violent storms Monday afternoon, the National Weather Service confirmed.
A round of storms ripped down trees and power lines, and brought delays and cancellations to Tri-State Area airports and train lines Monday afternoon.
Hundreds of New Jersey flood insurance policyholders will soon be facing higher premiums spurred by sweeping changes to the federal law that will take effect Tuesday.
Torrential rain, powerful winds, and dangerous lightning left their mark in Bergen County, where thousands of strikes, including at least two on buildings, were reported.
The twister touched down at 10:05 a.m. with maximum speeds of 75-85 mph. It was two miles in length and about 50-100 yards wide, the National Weather Service said.