By Tuesday morning residents and visitors to New York City will wonder what hit them when they step outside.
Motorists and pedestrians should be on the lookout for icy patches Monday evening as Arctic air blasts quickly into the region. In some cases, ice can form before paved, concrete and wooden surfaces have a chance to dry out.
It will feel about 60 degrees colder Tuesday morning, compared to the morning drive Monday.
RealFeel® temperatures will be below zero much of the day Tuesday. Despite bright sunshine, actual high temperatures will be in the lower teens across the metro area.
Tuesday will be the coldest day since Feb. 5, 1996 over much of the coastal mid-Atlantic.
Weather conditions Monday night through Tuesday will make it dangerous to be outdoors for long periods of time without being properly dressed.
There is some good news for folks struggling with the cold.
Temperatures will slowly trend upward later this week and could touch 50 degrees in some locations this weekend.
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Bitterly cold air with origins from northern Siberia will race across Alaska into early next week.
Skiers and snowboarders planning to hit the slopes during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend will want to give thanks to Mother Nature.
Areas ravaged by former Typhoon Damrey brace for another tropical hit that could slow recovery efforts across the country.
While chilly weather is predicted at times during the first few days, an overall pleasant weekend is in store for most locations.
While you’re bundled up at home as the temperatures dance around the freezing point outside, there are a number of delicious and healthy foods and drinks that can contribute to your body’s warmth.
Intense storms pummeled Greece this week while thousands are facing life-threatening cold after a powerful earthquake on the Iran-Iraq border left them displaced.
More municipalities are using organic brines, food-based treatments or high-tech plows and pavement to lower costs and limit environmental impacts.
A brief shot of cold air and biting winds will force residents of the midwestern and northeastern United States to bundle up this weekend.