NEW YORK - Uncomfortably hot and sticky conditions are expected across New York City and New Jersey Thursday and Friday, before a slight cooling off during the weekend. A warmer south to southwest flow caused by high pressure moving offshore is ushering in warmer and more humid air, according to the National Weather Service.
NEW YORK - After a vicious cold snap this weekend, tri-state area will receive a loaded winter storm, starting with few inches of snow late Monday morning and could affect your evening commute home as it continues throughout President's Day.
NEW YORK - The first round of snow this week has started falling in parts of Long Island Monday morning as it will continue into the evening throughout the tri-state area. PIX11 meteorologist Linda Church says the "powerful" Nor'easter will bring up to six inches of snow on Long Island and between 1 and 3 inches in New York City and New Jersey.
NEW YORK -An arctic cold front will usher in the coldest air the tri-state area has experienced so far this season. Expect partly sunny skies Monday afternoon with scattered snow flurries developing later in the day. Temperatures will fall throughout the day starting in the low 30s for lunchtime and falling into the upper 20s for the evening.
NEW YORK (PIX11) - High pressure will bring sunny skies and seasonable temperatures to the tri-state as we finish the work week, but snow is on the way. Expect mostly sunny skies this afternoon with a high of 38 in the city, low 40s in the suburbs.
NEW YORK (PIX11) -- Because of a potentially treacherous winter storm forecast for Monday morning, PIX11 will be giving you special access to constantly updated video forecasts. Watch Linda Church's forecast, above, which will be updated every 60 minutes until 9 a.m.
NEW YORK (PIX11) - A strong coastal storm brought heavy rains, gusty winds and coastal flooding to the tri-state area, prompting multiple flood warnings through the afternoon Tuesday. A flood warning is in effect for Westchester County, the Bronx and Fairfield through 3:15 p.m., and for Long Island, Queens and Brooklyn until 4 p.m.
NEW YORK (PIX11)- A strong coastal storm will bring heavy rains, gusty winds and coastal flooding to the Tri-State Area today. Heavy rain will continue throughout the morning and early afternoon as low pressure will pass just off the Jersey shore.
We can expect heavy rain on Tuesday with gusty winds. Rainfall amounts of 2 to 3 inches are possible over much of the area with locally higher amounts. Winds will also gust 55 to 60 mph over the City, Long Island, and Coastal Connecticut. Temperatures will be in the mid-40s for much of the area.
An area of low pressure will bring cold rain to the city and some wet snow to the northern and western suburbs. Rain will develop later in the morning and become steady by evening. The precipitation will mix with and change to snow well north and west of the city.
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