Black Ice A Concern As Temperatures Plunge, Making For Potentially Treacherous Morning CommuteThe cold temperatures are turning slush into ice, leading to dangerous conditions on the roads.
Restaurant Owners Hoping New Yorkers Brave Bitter Blast To Dine OutdoorsNew York City restaurant owners are hoping the bitter blast eases up because outdoor dining is back on the menu.
'Covert Avenue Strong'; Shop Owners Lend A Hand To Neighboring Businesses Struggling Since Devastating FireCleaning up nearly a foot of snow seems like a normal nuisance on Covert Avenue, where the challenges keep piling up.
Orange County Covered In More Than A Foot Of Snow, Kids Glad To Get OutsideNorth of the city, Orange County was covered in a blanket of snow - forcing many to spend Thursday digging out. But after the year we've had, people were not complaining.
New York City Looks To Dig Out Before Deep Freeze; Mayor Gives Outdoor Dining Green LightAs the last of the snow fell Thursday in New York City, shoveling was already well underway.
Snow Totals Around The Tri-State AreaThe powerful winter storm that brought the most snow to parts of our area in two years is moving on.
Storm Watch: Northern Suburbs See Most Significant Snowfall In YearsThe northern burbs woke up to the heaviest snow in two years. 
After The Storm, Car Owners Dig Out Their Vehicles And Driveways: 'Oh My God, I'm Going To Be Dying'There have been plenty of cars with tires spinning in the snow.
Sledding Hill Packed On Snow Day In New Jersey: 'All Part Of Being A Kid'New Jersey Transit service is suspended, and more than 4,500 people are without power. 
Photos: Tri-State Area Sees 1st Major Snowstorm Of The SeasonNew York City and the surrounding area saw its first major storm of the season on Dec. 16, 2020, with some places seeing more than a foot of snow.
See It: Restaurant Workers Enjoy Outdoor Dining In The Middle Of Powerful Winter StormTrattorio L'Incontro in Astoria posted a video on Instagram showing the owner and some employees enjoying wine and pizza in the snow.