Temperatures Rise in New York Following Arctic Blast
Temperatures rose sharply in New York on Sunday, February 5, the National Weather Service (NWS) reported, after an arctic blast brought frigid temperatures to the northeastern United States on Friday and Saturday.
The NWS said temperatures in many locations were running 40 to 50 degrees warmer than where they were 30 hours earlier, though freezing conditions remained.
Footage from the village of Spectacular shows icy conditions at Lake Pleasant on Sunday. Credit: Glenn Ericksen via Storyful