Beware the fog! That is the message from New Jersey State Police.
The iconic characters can’t lift off Thursday if sustained winds exceed 23 mph and gusts exceed 34 mph.
Heavy rain and winds began sweeping through the area Tuesday night, causing holiday travel head aches for some early Wednesday.
Forecasters say a storm system has the potential to bring 2 to 4 inches of rain from Tuesday night through Wednesday.
A family of four, including two children, were displaced after a fire tore through a home in Yonkers overnight.
Sunday was a frigid and windblown day in the Tri-State Area, which sparked forest fires, sent debris flying through the streets, and had people gearing up for what they fear is a glimpse of winter weather to come.
The sign — 20 to 30 feet long and about 4 feet tall — came crashing down from M&S Bargain Hunters on Fulton Street and Beford Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
The metropolitan area could experience severe weather with strong wind gusts before 7 a.m.
The first snowflake of the season touched down the other day and 1010 WINS was ready for it.
The mid-November snowfall caught many by surprise and continued steadily through rush hour.
The wet snow is not expected to accumulate. No area should receive more than an inch, Quinn said.
The Department of Buildings issued a warning to property owners Friday to secure construction sites and buildings as high winds whip through the area.
Several record high temperatures were recorded Wednesday — 86 degrees in Newark, 85 degrees at Kennedy Airport and 84 degrees in Islip.
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.
A fast-moving storm system uprooted trees, damaged homes and knocked out power to hundreds of residents in Rockland County.