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  3. Enter Your City, ST or ZIP Code ... New York, NY. Weather Forecast Office. NWS Forecast Office New York, NY. > New York, NY . Current Hazards. River Flooding;

  4. New York City, NY Weather Conditions | Weather Underground

    New York City Weather Forecasts. Weather Underground provides local & long-range weather forecasts, weatherreports, maps & tropical weather conditions for the New York City area.

  5. CBS News New York: Local News, Weather & More CBS News New York is the Tri-State Area's place to get breaking news, weather, traffic and more. Check us out 24/7.

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  7. New York City, Central Park: Enter Your "City, ST" or zip code : metric: D a t e Time (edt) Wind (mph) Vis. (mi.) Weather Sky Cond. Temperature (ºF) Relative ...

  8. ABC7 is your source for breaking news from New York City and the surrounding neighborhoods. Watch live streaming video and stay updated on New York news.

  9. Official Twitter Account for National Weather Service New York NY Details:

  10. 30 Day Long Range Weather for New York City, New York ...

    Make sure that you entered a specific city or a postal code. For example, you would want to enter Paris instead of France. If you entered a specific location, verify the spelling is correct. Try looking for a nearby city or town. Unfortunately, there are a few locations that we were unable to obtain accurate data for.

  11. No one covers New York weather and the surrounding area like ABC7. WABC covers forecasts, weather maps, alerts, video, street-level weather and more.

  12. New York City NY Average Temperatures by Month - Current Results

    Days of Hot Weather in New York City. Temperatures of 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 °C) are not normal for New York. The city averages just 12 days a year when the thermometer peaks at 90 °F or more. New York City normally has 200 days a year of 60 degrees or higher, including every day from June to September.