New Yorkers Brave Some Of The Coldest Temperatures In Years; Tips To Stay SafeExperts say frostbite can set in on exposed skin in minutes. This type of weather also increases the risk of hypothermia.
Icy Conditions Make For Dangerous, Even Deadly, Morning Commute In Westchester County, ConnecticutAs CBS2's Tony Aiello reports, treacherous conditions were far and wide in Westchester.
Deadly Crash Reported In East Rutherford As Several Cars Slide Off Roads Across New JerseyA dangerous combination of freezing rain fell onto bitter cold ground, leading to a commuting disaster.
Snowstorm-Related Traffic Nightmare In Virginia Serves As Reminder To Keep Winter Survival Kit On HandWinter survival car kits sold online range from basic to James Bond worthy, or you can easily make your own.
Connecticut Looking To Hire More Than 100 Snowplow DriversState officials say the lack of workers is due to a number of recent retirements and a shortage of applicants who have commercial drivers licenses. 
Experts Predicting Above Average Snowfall, Overall Above Average Temperatures This WinterThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, just announced its winter outlook.
Bitter Cold And Biting Winds Have Tri-State Feeling Like 'A Freezer'The pristine blue skies and unfiltered sunshine are deceiving on this winter day.
Storm Watch: Snow In Store Tuesday, As Bitter Cold Stretch ContinuesSnow will start to fall around midnight, but won't become widespread until Tuesday morning.
Major Storm Could Bring More Than A Foot Of Snow To Parts Of Tri-State Wednesday NightNew York City issued a snow alert on Monday night, causing another headache for restaurant owners ahead of a significant winter storm that's expected to hit the Tri-State on Wednesday.
New York Cares Hands Out Winter Coats On Christmas EveJust in time for the winter season, hundreds of heavy coats were distributed Tuesday to those in need in Manhattan.
New York Weather: Winter Expected To Be Warmer & Wetter Than Normal, NOAA SaysIs it going to be a white Christmas? Maybe not, according to new forecasts by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.