By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Hi everyone! An Alberta Clipper is knocking on the door of our area. Much of its energy is eroding as it heads east. Generally, a coating to 2 […]
I must sound like broken record! Cold! Cold! Cold! All around the Tri-State, temps are 5-8 degrees colder than normal.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that about 500 pieces of equipment, plows, dump trucks, front end loaders, are on their way to Suffolk County from New York City and the mid-Hudson Valley.
Finally, the snow has ended as of early morning hours. Orient, N.Y. was the “winner” with 30 inches. Southampton followed suit with 29 inches.
Expect another cold one today as the snow pack from the storm keeps things a few degrees colder than normal. The sunshine will be ample, but expect some blowing and drifting snow to be a problem out in eastern Long Island.
The blizzard that just spared the city had moved on to the northeast. There are a few flakes still flying around the twin forks even at this hour. Still have yet to get accurate reports from our viewers and trained spotters.
Travel bans were lifted Tuesday morning, a day after officials barred drivers from streets throughout the Tri-State area.
Expect light snow around the area through this afternoon with some additional light accumulations across Long Island. It will remain on the chilly side with highs in the mid 20s and wind chills only peaking around 15.°
By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Hello everyone, This is a serious storm we’re under. Heavy bands of snow deriving from a tropical low down in the Caribbean are smacking the coast. Long Island […]
Christie urged people to stay home Monday evening and Tuesday in order to help road crews to clear the highways and streets.
The National Weather Service is warning of a two-day snowfall of 20 to 30 inches and winds gusting more than 30 mph to as much as 75 mph.
The Tri-State area is bracing for a “crippling and potentially historic” storm that could bury communities in up to 2 or more feet of snow.
Most of us in the Tri-State are under a state of emergency due to the blizzard that is about to bear down on us. Snowfall totals are ranging from 6 inches to potentially 3 feet.
Winter can be a dangerous time with the extreme cold, snow, ice, sleet and freezing rain.
We’re watching the first few flakes moving into the region this morning, and we’ll have on and off light snow showers during the day, nothing serious…perhaps 1-3″ by sunset.