If you have outdoor plans, you'll need a Plan B — and an umbrella.
After another gorgeous, sunny morning, rain and storms started to move in Saturday night.
The tri-state has one more picture-perfect summer day to enjoy Friday before the weather takes a nearly week-long turn for the worst.
Powerful storms battered the tri-state area over a series of hours Tuesday, first tearing down trees and power lines on the Jersey Shore and in parts of the Hudson Valley, then suddenly emerging in midtown...
After several days of picture-perfect summer weather with low humidity, the heat will be turning up again for the tri-state, with thunderstorms possible for later in the day.
Scattered showers and storms associated with an approaching cold front moved in overnight and began battering the tri-state area early Friday, prompting some weather advisories and warnings as the morning...
Wednesday isn't expected to reach the 90s, which would end the tri-state's brutal heat wave, forecasters say.
Multiple lightning strikes hit One World Trade Thursday morning as storms associated with an approaching warm front hit the city Thursday morning, making for a rough commute in spots ahead of a second round...
A steamy start to the work week cranked temperatures to near-record highs, but things should cool down after some thunderstorms pass through area.
Parts of the tri-state came close to record high temperatures to start the work week as temps soared into the 90s, according to Storm Team 4.
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