The worst of the rain has moved northward, but the radar shows a few lighter showers lingering in the area.
As you may have heard, our weather for the next few days is going to be strongly influenced by Hurricane Jose.
The fun begins tonight as a strong upper-level shortwave that's over the Great Lakes this morning reaches the Mid-Atlantic coast.
The very active late-winter/early-spring weather pattern continues with another ride up to the top of a temperature roller coaster today...
Gusts of up to 60 mph are possible.
March arrives with a bang! Quite literally at LaGuardia...
The cold air looks like it is going to stick around for the foreseeable future.
The forecast is about to get rainy.
Happy perihelion!
Tomorrow's high will again be near 40, guaranteeing that December will be warmer than average.
Snow! The cold front that moved through the area over the weekend brought rain to the city and snow to higher elevations north of us.
At some very basic level weather is nothing more than the atmosphere adjusting itself.
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