New York Weather: NYC, Tri-State Area Bracing For Several Inches Of Snow Sunday Night Into MondayBe ready to dig out from a good-sized winter storm on Monday morning.
New York Weather: Snowy Saturday Just The Beginning As Tri-State Braces For Sunday Night StormPlows hit the roads early Saturday, taking piles of salt with them from the Department of Sanitation’s West Side depot.
New York Weather: More Snow Headed Our Way This WeekendIt was the first – and weakest – of three systems headed our way through Monday.
Storm Cleanup: Morning Commute Might Be Messy As Snow And Slush MeltSeveral areas schools have delayed openings Wednesday, but New York City schools are scheduled to start on time.
New York Weather: Tri-State Feels 1-2 Punch From Wintry Mix, Polar VortexIt was a real winter wonderland out in New Jersey, with roads already slick and the worst still to come.
City Readies For Snow, Rain, Ice As Storm Moves Into Tri-State AreaThe mayor urged people to get their errands done Saturday during the day and get off the roads by 7 p.m.
1-2 Punch Of Winter Weather Zeros In On Tri-State AreaThe Department of Sanitation's snow alert takes effect at 7 p.m. Thursday. Under the alert, the Department of Sanitation coordinates with Office of Emergency Management and Department of Transportation to arrange for a snow clearing protocol.
Wintry Mix Of Snow, Rain In Store ThursdayScattered flurries will fly in the morning before things change over to rain around noon.
Stories Of Kindness, Compassion Emerge From Frenetic Pre-Winter SnowstormA young mother is searching for a family that helped rescue her and her baby during the storm.
'I Understand... The Frustration': N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy Speaks Out About Storm Response That Left Thousands StrandedNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy spoke out Friday about the state's response to yesterday's snowstorm that left commuters stranded.
Parents Endure Worried Night As Storm Delays Children's Return HomeThe storm left thousands of New York City students stranded on school buses, with many of them not getting home until late in the evening.
'We Were Very Prepared:' NYC Sanitation Commissioner Defends Storm ResponseThe severity of the season’s first snowstorm caught many people off guard Thursday, causing commuter chaos across the area.
What Happened? CBS2's Lonnie Quinn Breaks Down Thursday's StormWhat happened with Thursday’s snowstorm? CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn told CBS This Morning, “there are two aspects to every storm: there’s intensity and there’s track.”
First Snow Of The Season Socks Tri-State Area, Wreaking Havoc On Evening CommuteThe first snowstorm of the season wreaked havoc on the evening commute Thursday, dumping higher-than-expected snow totals across much of the Tri-State area.
South Carolina Schools End Snow Days, Will Have Students Learn OnlineIt may be the middle of summer, but one South Carolina school district is already planning to eliminate their student's snow days.