Stacy-Ann Gooden, PIX11

Stacy-Ann Gooden

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Stacy-Ann:

Severe storms, damaging winds move into tri-state area

NEW YORK — Sunny skies on Saturday will give way to increasing clouds, scattered showers and potentially severe thunderstorms later in the day. The storm front was expected to arrive in New Jersey around 3 p.m. and move east into New York and Connecticut. The storm forecast is on track with some minor adjustments. There’s a […] → Read More

Cloudy skies, chance of showers stick around through Monday

NEW YORK — An area of low pressure will keep the cloud cover over much of the tri-state area Sunday. The storm system that brought overcast skies to the region on Saturday was still slowly making its way to the tri-state area Sunday morning. A chance of scattered showers will persist throughout the day, particularly […] → Read More

Sunny Sunday gives way to clouds and rainy start to workweek

NEW YORK — Enjoy the sun while it lasts on Sunday, as a storm system is expected to bring rain to the tri-state area to start the workweek. Sunday is expected to be partly sunny with highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s. Clouds will increase later in the day, and showers could begin […] → Read More

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: The importance of yearly mammogram screenings

NEW YORK — October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. About one in eight women will be diagnosed with the disease in their lifetime. While the pandemic led to many women skipping their annual mammogram, one Queens resident didn’t let that stop her from getting her yearly screening. It was a decision that saved her life. […] → Read More

Sunny Sunday with temps in the low 70s in New York, New Jersey

NEW YORK — Sweater weather is upon us. Sunday is expected to be a gorgeous repeat of Saturday in New York and New Jersey, with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the low to mid-70s. It will be a bit more breezy, but overall a beautiful day to spend outside. It will feel noticeably warmer […] → Read More

‘Death by Dealer’ bill would increase penalties for drug dealers linked to overdose deaths

NEW YORK — September is National Drug Recovery month, and the number of fatal overdoses is staggering. Last year, synthetic opioids, including fentanyl, helped drive record-high deaths across the nation. After losing her son to an overdose, Linda Ventura teamed up with state officials and advocates to rally for increased penalties for dealers whose drugs […] → Read More

Sunny skies, temps in upper 70s cap off last weekend of summer in NY, NJ

NEW YORK — The last weekend of summer will end on a pleasant note, with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 70s across New York and New Jersey. The autumn equinox takes place on Wednesday, and summer weather has already begun to fade. Temperatures are expected to hover in the mid- to upper […] → Read More

Break from humidity this weekend with sunny skies, mild temperatures

NEW YORK — The sun has returned and the humidity has receeded, just in time for the weekend. Saturday will be partly sunny with light winds and temperatures in the low-80s. A weakening cold front will approach in the afternoon or evening, but it should remain dry as it crosses through the region. Sunday is […] → Read More

Tracking Henri: Heavy rain, damaging winds, storm surge threaten LI, NY, CT

NEW YORK — Henri thrashed parts of Long Island and New York City, bringing heavy rain to the region overnight, but the threat of dangerous weather conditions was not over Sunday morning. Henri weakened slightly to a tropical storm and shifted a bit east early Sunday, but was still expected to cause flooding, topple trees […] → Read More

Henri tracks toward Long Island, dangerous hurricane conditions possible

NEW YORK — Tropical Storm Henri threatens to strengthen to hurricane status on Saturday before making landfall in the Northeast, possibly on Long Island or southern Connecticut, bringing potentially life-threatening storm surge, flooding and damaging winds to the region this weekend. The National Weather Service issued a slew of watches and warnings for the New York […] → Read More

Tracking Henri: Winds, rain and storm surge all likely with soon-to-be hurricane

NEW YORK — Long Islanders should prepare for flooding rain, damaging winds and potential evacuations this weekend as Tropical Storm Henri threatens to strengthen to hurricane status before making landfall somewhere on the East Coast, the National Weather Service warned Friday. A hurricane warning was issued for Suffolk County Friday afternoon. It warned of a potentially […] → Read More

LI firefighters to take part in clam-eating contest

LONG ISLAND — Some of Long Island’s bravest will be competing in an annual clam-eating contest this Sunday at 1 p.m. The event was canceled last year because of the pandemic. But this year is expected to be bigger than ever, and it’s all for a good cause. Dozens of firefighters across the area will compete […] → Read More

Tornado warning issued for parts of NJ with severe storms possible Thursday

NEW YORK — With a tornado watch already in effect for large swathes of New Jersey, a warning was issued for parts of the state. The warning area, set to include Upper Montclair NJ, Brookdale NJ and Caldwell NJ, was set to expire at 6:30 p.m. A tornado watch was issued for parts of New […] → Read More

Heat and humidity return, temps to soar into 90s this week

NEW YORK — The heat is back on. After a mild and calm Saturday, temperatures were expected to climb back into the upper 80s on Sunday. Daytime heating combined with an approaching front will likely bring showers and storms to the area after 4 p.m. Some of these downpours may be strong or severe, with […] → Read More

Heat and humidity make a comeback Sunday

NEW YORK — It’s a nice start to the weekend with plenty of sunshine, light winds and low humidity. Conditions will remain dry this evening, so all is swell for the Mets game against the Toronto Blue Jays (airing on PIX11 at 7 p.m.). However, a warm front will aid in bringing showers and storms […] → Read More

New outdoor show features innovative take on Manhattan storefronts

MANHATTAN — You may notice the meatpacking district looks a bit different these days. That’s because a special outdoor theatrical experience has come to the downtown Manhattan neighborhood for a limited engagement. It’s a production featuring short works from some of the country’s most talented playwrights centered around the seven deadly sins. Tony Award-winning set […] → Read More

Cloudy skies, chance of rain cap off weekend

NEW YORK — Patchy fog, cloudy skies and cooler temperatures will cap off the weekend Sunday. There’s a slight chance of showers, mainly after 11 a.m., but the rain was expected to fall mostly north and west of New York City. Temperatures should top out in the upper 70s and low 80s. Check PIX11’s interactive weather […] → Read More

Extreme heat no match for NYC parade honoring essential workers

LOWER MANHATTAN, N.Y. — New York City’s Hometown Heroes parade honoring essential workers during the pandemic was the first ticker-tape parade in two years. The last one honored the U.S. women’s soccer team after they won the World Cup championship in 2019. On that day, Central Park reported a high of 88 degrees with a […] → Read More

A cool July 4, but another warmup on the way

NEW YORK — After record heat and the city’s second heat wave of the season, temperatures struggled to reach 70 degrees to start the holiday weekend. Although July 4 will be a lot cooler than normal, don’t expect any record highs or lows. However, you can expect just a slight chance of an isolated shower […] → Read More

CO/LAB Theater Program gives people of all abilities chances to shine

NEW YORK — When the pandemic forced Broadway and local theatres to shut down last year, one local non-profit dedicated to helping actors with disabilities provided a safe haven for actors through the crisis. Like many other productions, they made the switch to virtual. Now the theatre group is gearing up to celebrate an important milestone which […] → Read More