The holiday season is typically a time of joy and laughter for most people. However, financial stress, feelings of isolation, loss of a loved one, or another traumatic event can turn what is often a merry time into one of depression and loneliness.
A winter storm has the potential to bring six to 14 inches of snow to Long Island between Wednesday and Thursday, impacting the evening and morning rush hours, officials said today.
Who says Long Island is only fun in the summer? You don’t need the beach or warm weather to plan a staycation, and these five destinations prove that.
The polar vortex, which is always present in the arctic but occasionally becomes displaced, may contribute to a deep freeze later this week.
If you were slightly annoyed by winter’s last gasp (we hope), well there’s good news on the horizon. Monday’s forecast calls for clouds to give way to sunny skies, with the temperature rising to 47 degrees. But Monday evening will feel brisk thanks to potential 20 mph wind gusts, forecasters said.
If your house could speak, it’d probably thank you when you’re done.
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