#SleevesUp: Winter Storm Warning In Effect As Tri-State Residents Brace For Another Nor'easterMayor Bill de Blasio ordered city schools to be closed on Wednesday with the threat of up to 15 inches of snow looming.
#SleevesUp: Winter Storm Could Dump A Foot Of Snow Or More In Some SpotsA winter storm warning is in effect for much of the Tri-State area from 10 p.m. Tuesday until 4 a.m. Thursday.
3/5 CBS2 Monday Afternoon Weather HeadlinesThis afternoon will be marked by a mix of sun and clouds around the area.
Tens Of Thousands Without Power After Deadly Nor'easter Pummels Tri-State AreaThe powerful storm flooded streets, took down trees and was blamed for at least eight deaths in the northeastern United States, including an 11-year-old boy in Putnam County.
Nor'easter Set To Bring Heavy Rain, Dangerous WindsHeavy rain and intermittent snow are expected as the storm moves up the Eastern seaboard, beginning in New York and Connecticut on Thursday evening.
2/28 CBS2 Wednesday Afternoon Weather HeadlinesWhile it won't be quite as pretty as it was yesterday, we're still looking at a decent day overall.
2/27 CBS2 Tuesday Afternoon Weather HeadlinesGolden sunshine will dominate the Tri-State area today, so be sure to step outside.
NYC Hits Record High Temperatures As Many Take Advantage Of Warm WeatherBy midday Wednesday, it was 78 degrees in the city, breaking the previous record of 68 that was set back in 1930.
Winter Storm Warning In Effect As Wet Snow Falls Across Tri-State AreaHeavy snow is possible for parts of the area, with accumulations between four to six inches expected.
2/8 CBS2 Thursday Morning Weather HeadlinesThe snow, rain and icing that plagued our day yesterday has moved on finally!
Wet Weather Gives Way To Flooding, Icy Road ConditionsWet weather made traveling across the Tri-State Area difficult and dangerous Wednesday.
Snow Makes For Slippery Morning Commute On Long IslandSnow made for a slippery Tuesday morning commute for many across the Tri-State Area, including on Long Island where some communities saw more than six inches of accumulation.