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  • Hundreds Of Schools Delayed, Closed Due To Friday Snow Storm

    Several schools have delayed openings or are closed Friday due to the snow storm that is passing through the Tri-State area. The winter storm is expected to end Friday morning, leaving slick roads and between 2- to 5-inches of snow. New York City public...
  • Manhattan Rents Reach Record High

    Manhattan Rents Reach Record High
    Attention Manhattanees: it's not your landlord's fault your rent is so obscenely expensive. Blame basic economics and its unrelenting supply and demand curve. The average rent in Manhattan has hit a record high of $3,400 to $3,418, a report released by...
  • News That Matters: Anthony Weiner Seeks a Leave of Absence, Connecticut 7th in Education Spending

    News That Matters:  Anthony Weiner Seeks a Leave of Absence, Connecticut 7th in Education Spending
    Everybody's Talkin' About • Heard any good Weiner jokes lately? The New York Rep. seeks a leave of absence from Congress, while Dem colleagues call for his ouster. • Newtralized: Top aides resign en masse from Gingrich's presidential campaign....
  • Mets Tough Out Rain, Shutout Braves 4-0

    Mets Tough Out Rain, Shutout Braves 4-0
    Even the rain, hail, and lightning in Wednesday night's game could not cool off the Mets as they continued their hot streak and defeated the Atlanta Braves, 4-0. With the victory, New York has now reached .500 for the first time since May 20 with an even...
  • Ask Tom why: Why does Chicago see dramatic temperature changes between summer and winter? New York's temperatures are wild, but the changes are never as extreme as here.

    Dear Tom, I've lived in Chicago for 26 years, after spending 20 years in New York City. Why does Chicago see dramatic temperature changes between summer and winter? New York's temperatures are wild, but the changes are never as extreme as here. —...
  • Tri-State Under Flash Flood Watch Following Record Rainfall

    Tri-State Under Flash Flood Watch Following Record Rainfall
    Flood watches and advisories remain in effect Monday for the tri-state area, a day after record rainfall prompted power outages, airport delays and service disruptions throughout the area. According to forecasters, Central Park was hit with three...
  • Showers And Thunderstorms Swamp Tri-State

    Showers And Thunderstorms Swamp Tri-State
    Got plans? You best cancel them. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut through 9 p.m. Sunday. According to forecasters, look for thunderstorms mainly in the evening hours, conditions ripe for tornado activity...
  • Occupy Wall Street braces for winter

    Occupy Wall Street braces for winter
    "Is it time to Occupy Miami Beach?" a shivering Max Richmond asked another New York protester as she waited to get Vitamin C near the makeshift medical tent. They laughed and hugged for warmth. Since hundreds of anti-greed protesters descended on a park...
  • Rare, Deadly October Storm Hangs On In Northeast

    Rare, Deadly October Storm Hangs On In Northeast
    One of the darkest Halloweens ever loomed for roughly 2.8 million households left without power on Sunday by a rare October snowstorm in the Northeast that bedeviled transportation and killed at least eight people. Jack-o'-lanterns peeked through record-...
  • Putting the forecast in the palm of a (small) hand

    Putting the forecast in the palm of a (small) hand
    Growing up in and around New York City, where the weather can be as fickle as a Yankee fan, Justin Berk was bitten by the forecasting bug. After earning his degree in meteorology from Cornell University, Berk did a five-year stint at WBAL-TV before...
  • Rising Temperatures in the Long Island Sound Have Shown the Need For a Serious Climate Change Discussion

    Rising Temperatures in the Long Island Sound Have Shown the Need For a Serious Climate Change Discussion
    Last week, for the first time in its 37-year history, Unit 2 of the Millstone nuclear power plant was shut down because the Long Island Sound water used to cool it off was too damned warm. That plant provides half of all of Connecticut’s power....