Here's a day-by-day look at what to expect as we move through the week.
The tri-state got one more round of snow before this bitter cold moves out, and this one made for an ugly Friday evening commute.
Less than a week after the season's first snowflakes, another blanket of the white stuff has coated the tri-state, and though the system had dissipated by Thursday afternoon, Storm Team 4 says biting cold...
Keep those scarves and hats handy: A bitter cold is heading to the tri-state just days after the region's first snowfall, Storm Team 4 warns. More snow may also come this week.
A dreamy snow drifted down on Saturday with fluffy flakes that made New York City look like a snow globe, but officials warned cold, icy weather could make for difficult driving conditions overnight and...
The first flakes of the season are headed for the tri-state area. Storm Team 4...View gallery
Get those toboggans, snowman-making supplies and snow shovels ready: the season's first flakes are headed to the tri-state.
For the third day in a row, the tri-state shattered the record-low daily temperatures. On Sunday morning, new records were set at JFK airport (29 degrees) and Newark airport (28 degrees).
If it seemed like Old Man Winter made a rather sudden and blunt entrance, you're not alone.
It's official: Friday was the coldest Nov. 10 on record in New York City.
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