• Rare October New York City Snow Coming Saturday?

    It's no trick, and whether it's a treat or not depends on who you ask. But major cities along the I-95 corridor including Philadelphia, New York and Boston might be in for a rare October accumulating snowfall Saturday.
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    Hurricane Irene: New Jersey Gov. Declares State of Emergency; Calls Storm 'Serious, Significant'

    As Hurricane Irene threatens to lash the U.S. East Coast this weekend, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has signed a declaration of emergency in order to mobilize the National Guard in preparation for the storm.
  • Hurricane Irene 2011: Mighty Storm Path Takes Aim at New York, Northeast Corridor

    Unusually large and powerful, Hurricane Irene is moving slow but plodding on a path pushing the massive storm toward possible landfall on the North Carolina coast Saturday before assaulting the Northeast's I-95 corridor late Sunday. With hurricane force winds of at least 74 miles per hour currently extending 70 miles from its center, and tropical-storm force winds extending another 255 miles in all directions, the Category 3 storm is packing winds of 115 miles per hour and forecasters say the...
  • Hurricane Irene Path: Storm Posing 'Extreme' Threat to New York, Northeast U.S.

    Hurricane Irene is threatening to become one most impacting storms to ever strike the Northeast U.S., possibly striking major cities including Philadelphia, New York and Boston at hurricane strength late into the weekend. After lashing the Bahamas on Wednesday, Irene is moving up the U.S. East Coast as a major Category 3 hurricane, packing winds of 115 miles per hour. Irene is centered about 65 miles east-northeast of Nassau, Bahamas and moving northwest at 13 miles per hour.