Light in the Storm
This is your light in the storm for accurate weather forecasting in the tri-state area

Welcome to the home of the most challenging forecasting area of the country. We have weather for all interests here; if you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes. From snow, sleet, freezing rain, nor’easters, and bitter cold to floods, severe thunderstorms, tornados, hurricanes, and extreme heat, we have it all.

The tri-state area consistes of southeastern New York state, including all of NYC and Long Island, southwestern Connecticut, northern/central New Jersey, and sometimes extreme northeastern Pennsylvania.

In New York: Ulster, Dutchess, Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Orange, Nassau, and Suffolk counties, along with the fives boroughs of NYC, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, the Bronx, and Manhatten

In Connecticut: Litchfield, New Haven, and Fairfield

In Pennsylvania: Pike

In New Jersey: Sussex, Morris, Hunterdon, Somerset, Passaic, Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Union, Middlesex, Monmouth, Mercer, and Ocean counties

Our climate is one of high variability, with four distinct seasons, each of similar length. In northern zones, average high temperatures range from 30-35 in January to 80-85 in July. For the majority of the immediate metro area, January average highs are 35-40 and July average highs are around 85. Annual snowfall exceeds 65″ in portions of Pike, Orange, and Ulster counties, to as low as 15″ along the southeast coast of Ocean county. Most of us average 25-35″ of snow, with some seasons as low as 3″ and others as high as 80″ or more. There’s plenty of weather to forecast in this part of the country; it certainly never gets boring.

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