Even after sundown, it remained warm enough to quickly melt ice cream cones.
Rain and winds sweeping across the Tri-State area Thursday could pose some trouble along the coast.
The first nor’easter of the fall season will plow its way into the Tri-State Area Thursday morning, and is expected to affect the morning commute and stick around all day.
Storm chaser Scott Nicholson remembers the day he first fell in love with extreme weather.
In a summer of people dumping buckets of ice water over their head, New York City has endured just four days of 90-degree weather.
A storm that dumped nearly an entire summer’s worth of rain in parts of the Tri-State area caused major flooding in some spots, stranding motorists and snarling the morning commute.
A virtually unheard of anomaly in the atmosphere was to blame for a devastating rainstorm on Long Island Wednesday, which set a new one-day record for rainfall in New York State.
Heavy rains and flooding were expected to make for a frustrating commute for the Tri-State Area on Wednesday morning.
He’s certainly seen his fair share of sunny and stormy days.
Heavy rain turned major roads into rivers and rapids in parts of the Tri-State Area Monday evening, in a round of storms that could continue off and on for more than a day to come.
Utility crews are busy and some commuters are facing delays after severe thunderstorms rolled through parts of the Tri-State area, downing trees and knocking out power.
The storm is churning up big waves all along the Atlantic coast as it travels northward.
Watches and warnings are in effect across the Tri-State area as severe weather moves in, a day after strong thunderstorms downed trees and power lines and flooded streets.
Beachgoers are disappointed with the severe weather forecast for the Fourth of July, but many say two good days out of three isn’t so bad.
Severe weather brought lightning and drenching rains to the Tri-State area early Wednesday evening, while Tropical Storm Arthur threatened parts of the East Coast.