A winter storm is expected to bring several inches of snow and ice to the Tri-State area this weekend.
“We’re still watching many buildings fell down. We feel very bad. We’re watching what’s going on there,” said Brooklyn resident Riza Atas.
Scattered showers are plaguing the Tri-State on Sunday morning and are expected to continue into the workweek.
Moms in the Tri-State will get great weather for Mother’s Day with temperatures reaching a high of 73 degrees on Sunday.
The Tri-State gets an early Mother’s Day gift of fair skies and mild temperatures on Saturday.
A high pressure system will hang around all throughout Sunday in the Tri-State, keeping temperatures warm.
The Annual March of Dimes fundraiser has returned to the Tri-State this weekend and people will be marching to educate the public about all the programs benefiting babies suffering from pregnancy, birth and prematurity defects.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of regular gasoline on Friday was $3.82, up 8 cents from last week. It also marks the fifth straight week prices have surged upward.
A powerful storm system that killed more than 270 people across the South tore through the Tri-State area Thursday.
Tri-State residents woke up to plenty of damage thanks to Saturday night’s storm that toppled trees, flooded roads and knocked out power to thousands.
The Tri-State weather has rebounded on Sunday after a vicious storm ripped through the area, leaving flooding and nonstop rain through the night.
A low pressure system is moving into the Tri-State area and will bring 1 to 1.5 inches of rain along with potential flooding.
Clouds are slowly moving into the Tri-State, but the temperatures will remain mild as the area sees a high of 59 degrees on Sunday.
Temperatures are on the upswing in the Tri-State but will remain cold this weekend as a high pressure system moves into the area.
The National Weather Service issued areal flood warnings for counties throughout the Tri-State. These alerts are issued when flooding is either occurring or is imminent.