A killing frost and freeze is expected Friday morning, September 19.
Meteorologist Michael Page tells us how crickets can be used as a thermometer.
Some towns recorded record low maximum temperatures on Friday.
Snow blanketed parts of the country this week, even though it's still September.
A hurricane passing just offshore on September 11 could've changed the course of history.
September 10 marks the climatological peak of hurricane season, even though the Atlantic is quiet right now.
As we get deeper into September, the first freezes near.
Mostly clear skies will result in nice viewing of the full Harvest moon Monday night.
September starts off very warm, but things are about to change.
With meteorological summer done, we take a look back at local precipitation and temperature trends.
We're heading back up in the temp department!
While there aren't too many outdoor events coming up in the next few days, we are still bringing you the official forecast for the Battle Of Plattsburgh
A boy has been killed by lightning in Pennsylvania. In lieu of this, this blog is about lightning fatalities each year and how you can avoid danger.
A tough month for the garden, but I'm not complaining..it's been a great month for weather!
We have cleaned up, improved, and become stronger than ever following tropical storm Irene.
We are your official forecast source for the Battle of Plattsburgh. Here's the way it looks for the kick off weekend.
In this week's Weather School, Meteorologist Michael Page describes the important role of Hurricane Hunters.
Tropical Depression 4 formed on Saturday, but there is high uncertainty about its track.
A famed publication calls for a very cold winter in the Northeast.
Do cows really lie down before it rains? Meteorologist Michael Page explains in Weather School.
Jupiter and Venus will pass very close together on Monday morning.
A satellite is now in space that will peer down on Earth with incredible resolution.
More than a foot of rain fell in Islip, NY Wednesday...that sets a new record the state. Read to learn more
Islip, NY received more than a foot of rain on just Wednesday morning!
After a streak of warm and bright days, heavy rain returns to the forecast by Wednesday