Fourth of July CBS2 Morning Weather HeadlinesIt's going to be mostly cloudy and there is a risk for storms but it won't be a complete washout!
Powerful Storm Blamed For At Least 2 Deaths, Including 11-Year-Old Girl, As High Winds Cause Damage Across Tri-State AreaTo help aid in the recovery, Governor Andrew Cuomo declared an official State of Emergency in four New York counties.
Spring Sizzle: People Admit To Playing Hooky From Work, School To Enjoy Warm WeatherMany people said they earned it after the cold, wet days they endured in April.
What Is Thundersnow? Lonnie Quinn Explains"Thundersnow is the fastest Mother Nature can throw the snow out of the clouds," CBS2's Lonnie Quinn explained.
Fog Shuts Down Part Of N.J. Turnpike, Brings Major Delays To AirportsFoggy conditions shut down part of the New Jersey Turnpike and sparked major delays at local airports Friday night.
Wintry Mix Moves Into Area Just In Time For Evening CommuteForecasters are predicting a light glaze of ice with snow and sleet.
Blizzard Warning For Parts Of Our Area As Snow Heads To Hit Tri-StateSnow was moving in during the early morning hours Thursday, bringing blizzard conditions to some areas and a greater amount of snow to New York City than earlier expected.
New Yorkers Hit The Beach On Unseasonably Warm November DayThe calendar says November but it sure doesn’t feel like it outside. Plenty of people took advantage of the surprisingly mild temperatures Friday to enjoy a beach day.
Flash Floods Strand Drivers Across Suffolk CountyThe system that soaked the entire Tri-State Area took aim at Suffolk County as the day went on.
Trump Says Puerto Rico 'Absolutely Obliterated' By Hurricane Maria, Approves Disaster DeclarationAn update from the Miami-based center says maximum sustained winds have increased to near 115 mph with higher gusts.
Hurricane Maria Batters Puerto Rico; Leaves Homes Damaged, Streets Flooded, Power OutThe National Weather Service is forecasting catastrophic damage as Puerto Rico deals with a direct hit from Hurricane Maria Wednesday morning.
Hurricane Irma Pounds Florida With Winds Over 100 MPH; Leaves Flooding, Power Outages, Severe DamageHurricane Irma made landfall at Marco Island in southwest Florida with wind gusts of 160 mph Sunday afternoon.