Stay warm this evening. Temps are falling hard this afternoon, and we are going to bottom out in the single digits again.
Today was all that it was forecast to be. Just brutal. Records were smashed all over the Tri-State and basically all over the East Coast.
Clear skies have allowed for an dangerous dip in temps tonight. The strong winds in the upper atmosphere are driving temps down into the single digits even near the coast.
Temps are falling off big time this hour. At the top of our 5 p.m. news, the temp was 25, feeling like 18. An hour later, the temp fell to 22, but it felt like 5.
COLD! Yes the cold, below normal temps have returned. The winds are picking up as we speak and they are going to be a nuisance all day. Expect gusts to reach 25-30 mph.
A cold shot returns today after a slight warmup Friday. The little bit of snow will be sticking around, for at least today.
By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Good Morning! It’s the coldest morning of this winter by far, and the coldest air since last February. Starting temps: basically -2 to 10 above. Now add a […]
Overnight, temps will fall to zero or even below zero north and west. Closer to the water, temps will only climb about 10 degrees.
It is definitely a cold smack in the face heading out the door this morning! Widespread single digits and teens are around for the first time this season.
On what is the final day of 2014, expect plenty of sun but also plenty of cold air! Temps will only max out in the mid 20s/low 30s.
Good morning, all! If you’re stepping out early on this Sunday, you’ll want to layer up.
Tonight will continue the cold plummet. Waking up tomorrow will be a little taste of Siberia with temps from 10-20 degrees waking up.
We’re waking up this morning to the coldest air since last February — from Sullivan County with a real feel of a whopping 6 to our “milder” coastal cities waking up close to 30 degrees.
Bitter cold will shock the system as Tri-State Area residents wake up on Monday, and slippery roads could mean problems for the morning rush.
Bone-chilling, whipping winds and bitterly cold air made for a dangerous situation in the Tri-State Area as Monday morning approached.