High pressure will remain to the north of the area as a storm system will move in from the south to end the workweek. We can expect sunshine early followed by increasing clouds with showers developing late in the evening. The high will be 64 in the city and low to mid 60s in the suburbs.
Unseasonably mild conditions were seen around the tri-state area for the second straight day, but this time, a good deal of raindrops came along with it.
Wet weather was seen throughout the region since the late-morning hours, and a few bouts of heavy rain were seen in some locations.
A theft of a religious and controversial sculpture from the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on the Upper West Side has upset many parishioners.
Father Patrick Malloy addressed the congregation on Sunday, filling them in on the theft of the sculpture of Christa.
It is arguably the most famous Christmas tree in the world, the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree.
Sunday afternoon, hundreds of tuba players braved the elements and played Christmas carols right under that world-famous Christmas tree.
A visit to the famed Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center and watching a show is a treat, but learning what it takes to make it happen is extra special.
A hundred kids at The Cooper Park Houses in Williamsburg were given bikes and presents on Saturday.
New York Post City Hall Bureau Chief Craig McCarthy and Ben Max, executive editor and program director for New York City Law, discuss the week's major political news.
NYC Councilwoman Alexa Aviles, who represents Red Hook and Sunset Park, said Mayor Eric Adams has cut much-needed services for New Yorkers.
New Jersey Rep. Josh Gottheimer is against New York City's congestion pricing plan, saying small business owners are scared of the potential impact it could have on their stores.
City officials are recommending people take down any outdoor holiday decorations, take public transportation and if you're heading to the airport, check with the airlines about the flights.
A storm system is expected to bring heavy rain, wind, and possible flooding to the New York City area Sunday.
As the Christmas season gets underway one Brooklyn neighborhood has transformed into a winter wonderland, solidifying its place as one of New York’s must see attractions during the holiday season.
It is that time of the year again when little ones list the toys, they just have to have.