New Yorkers continue to back in the heat on day two of a summer scorcher.
A heat advisory is in effect until 6 p.m. Tuesday for New York City. Temperatures are expected to hit or exceed 95 degrees on Monday and Tuesday.
A threat of thunderstorms has caused delays averaging nearly four hours at LaGuardia and Newark Liberty International airports.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Heavy rain, strong winds and severe thunderstorms are making their way through the New York area. The storms will pop up throughout the afternoon and stick around through Monday evening, according […]
Round two of wet weather settled over parts of the Tri-State Area on Thursday evening, pushing monthly rainfall totals within reach of the history books.
A flood watch is in effect until Tuesday morning for southern Connecticut, northeast New Jersey and parts of New York, including New York City, Westchester, Suffolk, Nassau and Rockland counties.
Flash flood warnings for the five boroughs of New York City, Fairfield County, Conn., and Nassau County and Suffolk County expired earlier in the evening.
Forecasters say the remains from Andrea will approach from the south, bringing heavy rain to the state on Friday. The rain could produce small stream and urban flooding.
Forecasters say rain Monday morning will taper off to showers before finally ending in the afternoon. A few spots could also have a thunderstorm.
The heat is expected to continue through Sunday. There’s a chance for strong to severe thunderstorms on Sunday night or Monday.
The Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach, Long Island, has been canceled for Saturday due to the rainy, bone-chilling weather.
It felt nothing like summer outside Saturday, but beach lovers and businesses were ready for Jersey Shore fun to resume.
The unofficial start of summer is not being greeted with summer-like weather. One day after powerful storms slammed the Tri-State Area, forecasters were calling for more rain over the weekend.
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