New York Weather: Westchester Ready For The Worst Of Sunday/Monday's Fast-Moving SnowstormParts of Westchester County could see up to 9 inches of snow from Sunday night's storm.
Rain, Ice More Than Snow Falling On Tri-State AreaUpdated forecasts call for wet streets and scattered areas of icing, but officials throughout the area planned for the worst.
Murphy: State Of Emergency To Go Into Effect In New JerseyHe also announced a commercial travel restriction on roads north of I-95 but not the NJ Turnpike, effective Saturday at noon.
Cuomo, De Blasio, Con Ed All Looking To Avoid Repeat Of Past Snowstorm BlundersMayor de Blasio cancelled an out of town trip and the governor has vowed to work all weekend.
De Blasio Delays Talking About Snow Response, Falls Short Of Apologizing For City's ShortcomingsWhen the mayor finally addressed the media, flanked by several city commissioners, a frustrated de Blasio repeatedly blamed the city's poor response on a "perfect storm."
Malloy Urges Motorists To Stay Off Roads, Does Not Issue Travel BanGov. Dannel P. Malloy has decided not to issue a travel ban as a winter storm that could bring more than a foot of snow moves into Connecticut.
New York City Public Schools To Close Thursday For SnowstormNew York City is closing public schools Thursday, as a snowstorm bears down on the area.
Suffolk Residents Stock Up Ahead Of Serious SnowstormA blizzard warning will soon be in effect for Suffolk County, and people are getting ready for the worst.
NYC Could See Up To A Foot Of Snow Thursday; Schools To CloseNew York City is getting ready for what officials are calling a dangerous storm as New Yorkers soak up spring-like temperatures before heavy, wet snow moves in.
3 Months Later, Blizzard Sets Record In New York, Deletes Another In NewarkThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced the news Thursday after a review of the January storm prompted by questions about the accuracy of snowfall measurements.
New Round Of Snow Set To Snag Friday Morning Commute For Tri-State AreaResidents around the Tri-State can expect rain on Thursday to switch over to wet snow overnight into Friday as temperatures drop.