New York Weather: Slick Start To Be Followed By Major MeltingStreets, sidewalks and other surfaces will be slick to start the day Thursday, but we’re in for a major warm-up and melting this afternoon.
New York Weather: Snow Gives Way To Sleet, Freezing Rain As City Braces For Icy NightThe city expects to see 2 to 4 inches of accumulation, before the precipitation turns over to sleet and then heavy rain overnight.
New York Weather: Wintry Mix Headed Our Way TuesdayA winter weather advisory is in effect of most of the Tri-State Area. For parts of northern New Jersey there's a winter storm watch.
Warm, Wet & Windy Thursday On TapTemperatures are expected be in the upper 50s for most. Roughly 1 to 2 inches of heavy rain will fall, with the risk of coastal flooding.
Furry Friend Finder: Murphy And ArchieIn this edition of “Furry Friend Finder,” CBS2’s John Elliott and Cindy Hsu introduce Murphy and Archie.
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: High Winds May Ground BalloonsThe wind gusts are expected to be right at the threshold for flying balloons: sustained winds at 22 mph and gusts expected at 33 mph.
Bundle Up: Frigid Start, Freeze Warning In Effect This MorningBe sure to bundle up this morning. Highs will be in the 40s Thursday, but some areas will feel as cold as the 20s.
Michael, Now Post-Tropical Storm, Batters Tri-State With Rain, WindThe storm is now blamed for at least six deaths, including an 11-year-old girl in Georgia, and billions of dollars in damage.
8/10 CBS2 Friday Afternoon Weather HeadlinesIt will be on the warm side, but we're expecting pleasant skies with the humidity still not all that bad.
8/9 CBS2 Thursday Afternoon Weather HeadlinesExpect a decent amount of sunshine this afternoon with perhaps a stray shower to the north and east.
NYC Cooling Centers Open As Heat Advisory Remains In EffectTemperatures are expected to reach 90 degrees again Tuesday, marking an official heat wave.
7/27 CBS2 Friday Afternoon Weather HeadlinesA few showers and thunderstorms are expected this afternoon with the focus across NJ and the Hudson Valley.