Our next winter storm arrives tomorrow. Sunday starts off dry, but snow will arrive during the afternoon hours.
You’ll certainly want to bundle up if you’re headed out early this morning! Temps across the region are in the teens and single digits, with even some subzero readings far north and west.
We’re in for another cold night to kick off the weekend. Temps will drop into the single digits for most, with even some subzero lows far north and west in places like Monticello.
Expect the day to start off well below normal for the 30th of the last 32 days. Expect temps to start off ranging from single digits up north, to the mid 20s on the Jersey Shore.
We’re back in the 20s today and dropping into the teens tonight. A few flurries will plague your day but no accumulation expected.
Temps have dropped off yet again. We will not get out of the upper 20s today.
Today felt pretty good with highs in the mid-30s! Clouds are on the increase as we speak.
Many parts of the U.S. have already broken records for snowfall and below zero temperatures while other parts have seen unseasonably warm temperatures.
A few flurries could pepper the skies overnight but no accumulation is expected.
Forecasters are calling for high temperatures in the low to mid 20s Tuesday with the wind chill making it feel more like 10 to 15 degrees.
Stay warm this evening. Temps are falling hard this afternoon, and we are going to bottom out in the single digits again.
The cold is returning to our area today, with temps dropping into the teens this afternoon, and then single digits late tonight!
With the temps hitting the low 40s in Manhattan, Ryan and his son, Hudson, ventured out to Riverside Park for some playtime.
Hopefully you got a chance to get out and enjoy the beautiful warmth we had today – many folks in/around NYC, LI, and Jersey Shore got into the mid 40s!
By Matt DeLucia CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer Good afternoon, everyone! Our latest winter storm is outta here! Accumulations were generally in the 3- to 6-inch range across the region, which then turned into a slushy mess […]