New Yorkers Brave The Outdoors As Thanksgiving Goes From Freezing To FrigidCBS2's Ali Bauman spoke to New Yorkers dealing with the falling temperatures and bundled up on Thanksgiving night.
Relief In Sight As Temperatures Begin Inching Up After Deep FreezeThe bitter cold that followed a massive East Coast snowstorm should begin to lessen as temperatures inch up and climb past freezing next week.
NYC Cold Weather Safety Tips For You, Your PetsA bitter blast can be deadly if you're not careful. Stay inside if you can.
Long Cold Snap Has New Yorkers Yearning For A Return To NormalIt's been more than a week of extreme cold in the city, and New Yorkers are yearning for things to get back to normal, or at least warm up a bit.
Outdoor Workers Bundle Up To Brave Winter WeatherMost people do all they can to stay inside and avoid the extreme cold, but those working outside have no choice but to brave the brutal weather if they want to get paid.
Police Warn Drivers That Warming Up Cars In Cold Weather Draws ThievesPolice in Connecticut warned Monday that cold weather draws car thieves.
Frigid Blast Of Arctic Air Blows Across Tri-State AreaThe winter coats are out in force as the first big chill of the season descends on the Tri-State area.
Mayor De Blasio Urges Residents To Stay Indoors As Freezing Temps Descend On NYCThe FDNY warns not to use your stove for heat as it poses a risk for not only fire, but carbon monoxide.
Beware Of Frostbite Dangers As Bitter Cold Temps Set InKeeping covered with hats, gloves, ear muffs, scarves and masks for your face is extremely important in severe cold weather.
Local Officials, Residents Prepare For Possibility Of Major Snowstorm, FloodingMeteorologists and local officials are keeping a close eye on a weather system that could potentially bring heavy snowfall to the Northeast.
Bitter Blast Grips Tri-State For Second Day In A RowPeople across the Tri-State area bundled up Tuesday as frigid temperatures and wind gusts made it apparent winter has finally arrived.
How To Thaw Bitter Battle With Kids Over Bundling Up This WinterExperts say kids' hearts beat faster than adults and their metabolisms sometimes run overtime, making them less susceptible to the cold and less likely to want to bundle up.