The little bit of snow that fell today was just that– a little bit. Most saw a few periods of flurries to a trace. Some folk out east will probably end up with a 1/2″ or so.
Expect another cold one today as the snow pack from the storm keeps things a few degrees colder than normal. The sunshine will be ample, but expect some blowing and drifting snow to be a problem out in eastern Long Island.
You don’t need a weatherman to know it’s cold out. Brutally cold wind chills started the day.
Bundling up if your traveling around this morning is necessary. Gloves, hats, scarves, and parkas are all good clothing choices. Record lows are potentially being broken as we speak.
After the rain exits east, its all about the temps. Waking up tomorrow morning will feel like a typical morning in mid-January.
By Giorgio Panetta, CBS 2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Hello! The coldest air of the season is upon us. If you are headed out early this morning, expect to dress for deep winter. With the wind, […]
If you have early drive this morning, you’re going to want some extra time. Everyone is driving in some slick conditions for the first time since last spring.
Today is a transition day in the world of our local weather. Clouds have overwhelmed much of the Tri-State ahead of the approaching cold front, and even the winds are starting to pick up.
November really starts off on a less-than-ideal fall day — it’s going to a damp and chilly. On-and-off showers will plague us today, and a still easterly wind off the ocean will make it a day for a sweatshirt AND a waterproof jacket.
Tonight is clear and quiet. But if you’re headed out, grab the jacket, because the later it goes, the chillier it gets with lows in the 40s for much of the Tri-State.
Come Tuesday, a deep freeze will settle into the Tri-State Area, likely dragging temperatures below zero in some areas and sending wind chills plunging into the negative 20s.
Tri-State Area residents began the weekend in lingering bitter cold, as the temperature still refuses to climb out of the 20s, and the wind chill continues to make it feel much colder.
The balmy temperatures and dry sidewalks in recent days may have led New Yorkers to forget that it is, in fact, winter. But a frigid reminder of winter’s has now arrived.
The brutal cold snap Monday night was hitting residents hard on Staten Island, as they continue to struggle more than two months after Superstorm Sandy.
Get out your coat and hat if you’re planning on heading outside Tuesday night, because the temperature will be dropping to the single digits in some outlying areas.