It hasn’t been this hot on October 2 since 1927.
The final weekend of NYC’s beach season will be curtailed thanks to the storm
These New York neighborhoods may offer some respite during summer’s warmest months
City cooling centers will be open today across the five boroughs
Thunderstorms and heavy rain brought rapid flooding to parts of Brooklyn
High temperatures will roast the city this weekend—here’s how to prepare.
A winter storm is going to drop anywhere from four to eight inches of snow on NYC
Buildings with just three apartments have more violations, an analysis of city data found
The brief snowstorm created whiteout conditions
It’s going to be absolutely frigid in New York this week
On rainy days, you can expect enormous puddles in these areas
The city is expected to receive between one to two inches of snow today
A heat advisory is in effect until 8 p.m. on Tuesday and high temperatures could make it feel like over 100 degrees
Not all funnel clouds are a tornado, but some tornados start as funnel clouds.
Could a tri-state commission dedicated to planning for coastal climate-related issues be the answer?
The weather transformed in the blink of an eye.
New Yorkers brace for yet another snowstorm, but this one isn’t quite as bad as the previous four.
New Yorkers took to Central Park to play in the snow during yesterday’s storm.
Prepare for messy roads, blustery winds, and closings
It may be the first day of spring, but another winter storm is on its way.
A nor’easter is bearing down on New York City—here’s what you need to know about subway delays, flight cancellations at NYC airports, and more.
Just when you thought winter was on it’s way out the door.
Today’s temperatures soared into the high 70s, setting a new all-time record for the month of February.
Prepare for messy roads, blustery winds, and closings.
Turns out, the so-called "bomb cyclone" storm—also known as Winter Storm Grayson—was not overhyped.
If you thought the polar vortex was bad, just you wait: the East Coast, including New York City, is set to get hit by freezing cold and snow in the next few days.
Hot (and obvious) tip: Stay indoors as much as possible.
Manhattan could receive up to four inches of snow, and Brooklyn and Queens might be pummeled by up to six inches.
The measure however is only temporary in nature as it would be unable to withstand a Hurricane Sandy-type event.
As it gets closer to the solar eclipse on August 21, it’s looking clear skies with decent visibility are in the cards for New York.
A severe thunderstorm rolled into New York today, bringing high winds, thunder, and a heckuva lot of Instagram and Twitter posts with it.