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Stacy-Ann Gooden


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Recent articles by Stacy-Ann:

Severe storms for NY, NJ: Gusty winds, hail possible; isolated tornado can’t be ruled out

Central Park’s streak of above-normal high temperatures reached six on Sunday as the Big Apple warmed to 76 degrees. Some locations even cracked the 80-degree mark as southwest winds and plentiful sunshine were in place. A large portion of the area stayed on the dry side, but portions of the Hudson Valley saw a few showers […] → Read More

Off-Broadway show pays tribute to musician Nina Simone

MANHATTAN, N.Y. (PIX11) — An off-Broadway theater production honoring one of history’s most iconic musicians, Nina Simone, is happening now at New World Stages. To mark the 19th anniversary of her passing, there’s a special show being held Thursday in honor of the classical pianist, singer and civil rights activist. Writer, singer and actress Laiona Michelle […] → Read More

Mild temps, rain this Saturday; Easter looks clear but cold

NEW YORK (PIX11) — After a cooler-than-normal start to April, tri-state area residents finally saw a string of days this week with spring-like and even summer-like warmth. Afternoon highs over the past four days were 10 to 20 degrees above normal, and some record-high temperatures were tied on Thursday. Newark warm up to a summer-like […] → Read More

Scams target the elderly population — here’s how to stay on guard

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Fraudulent phone calls are, unfortunately, all too familiar. It’s a growing problem that often targets the elder population; Thursday, organizers met with seniors at Lynbrook Restorative Therapy and Nursing to introduce a new program to prevent them from becoming victims of fraud. For Kathleen Lavin, getting fraudulent calls has become a […] → Read More

Winter-like chill continues for a few more days in NY, NJ

Spring just started eight days ago and it felt more like the middle of January on Monday as temperatures only topped out in the lower 30s. Adding in the wind, it felt more like the teens all day long. It was so cold that lake effect snow showers made their way into the region. Snow […] → Read More

Fallen? Health experts say it’s vital to look for these signs of brain injury

GLEN COVE, N.Y. (PIX11) — For some, a slip and fall is a minor occurrence. But for others, it could lead to major health impacts if left untreated. According to the Centers for Disease Control, falls are a leading cause of traumatic brain injuries. And it’s been at the forefront in recent months in the […] → Read More

Severe thunderstorm warning issued for NYC, northern NJ

A severe thunderstorm warning was issues for Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and parts of New Jersey on Monday night. The warning, issued by the National Weather Service, was set to last until 9:45 p.m. Gusts of up to 70 mph and hail are possible, officials said. People should expect considerable tree damage, NWS warned. Damage is […] → Read More

Bronx nonprofit helps underserved students in academics, career success

MOTT HAVEN, the Bronx (PIX11) — When it comes to transitioning from high school to college, students often face challenges on their path to success. Summer Search offers a way to help students make that critical move to higher learning and career success. Founded in 1990 in California, the nonprofit organization opened its office in […] → Read More

Sunshine to return following Saturday snow squall

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Warmer temperatures are on the way after a chilly — and slightly snowy — Saturday. The squall moved through quickly, but left some strong, gusty winds. Wind advisories are in effect until midnight, with gusts of up to 50 mph possible. Those winds will subside, slightly, as warmer weather and sun […] → Read More

Could we see an early spring? Milder temperatures on the way

NEW YORK (PIX11) — After a powerful nor’easter hit the region last weekend, Staten Island Chuck announced that there will be an early spring. However, Punxsutawney Phil may have had a point when he proclaimed six more weeks of winter. Cold temperatures rocked the northeast this week, and a wintry mix brought a snow showers […] → Read More

Black History Month: Remembering June Bacon-Bercey, the 1st female TV meteorologist

NEW YORK (PIX11) – As we continue to celebrate Black History Month, we honor Black voices and experiences. PIX11 shines a light on June Bacon-Bercey. As the first female TV meteorologist, she laid down the groundwork for others to follow. Dail St. Claire recounts a childhood memory of her mother that will forever be etched […] → Read More

NY, NJ nor’easter: LI could get 18 inches of snow, NYC might see over a foot

With a potentially major nor'easter heading our way, winter storm warnings were issued early Friday for New York City, most of Long Island, areas north of the city and much of New Jersey, lasting until Saturday evening. Most of the area could see up to 12 inches of snow or more. → Read More

Nor’easter heading to NY, NJ could bring heavy snow Friday into Saturday

We are on track for yet another significant winter storm this year. This nor’easter is set to serve up a one two punch across the tri-state region. The main event is slated to arrive Friday night into Saturday. The frontal boundary will reinforce the extremely cold air setting the stage for snow to accumulate quickly. → Read More

Tracking the winter storm: Sunday evening snow becomes heavy rain

After a dangerously cold night on Saturday, we turn our attention to the next winter storm arriving Sunday evening. Although highs are slated to max out in the upper 30s on Sunday, temperatures will be slow to rise. There’s a good chance that highs won’t be reached until after 10 p.m. and continue to increase […] → Read More

Snow headed to NY, NJ: Timeline of storm, advisories and more

NEW YORK — All eyes are on a storm system that is expected to bring the tri-state area’s first widespread snowfall of the season late Thursday night into early Friday morning. Winter weather advisories have been already issued for much of New Jersey, as well as for all five boroughs of New York City, areas […] → Read More

How to prepare for winter storms in the wake of recent travel nightmares

It was a traffic nightmare that played out for more than 20 hours: vehicles stuck along the I-95 for a 50-mile stretch in Virginia. The massive snowstorm brought traffic to a halt, leaving motorists trapped. Then, it was an icy glaze that resulted from the most recent storm that left vehicles stranded along major thoroughfare […] → Read More

Rain, snow move out of area but cold temperatures remain

NEW YORK — It’s beginning to feel a lot more like winter across the tri-state area, and some folks north of New York City even woke up to some snow on Sunday. Most areas had some rain overnight, and that system was expected to move out of the area early Sunday. The cold, however, will […] → Read More

Festive Long Island home offers glimpse into Santa’s office while helping charity

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. — Every year, Kathryn and Bobby Sputo turn their home into a winter wonderland. The final display includes more than 20,000 ornaments, nine Christmas trees and even a peek into Santa’s office. Kathryn Sputo, a former event planner, decided to open the home to the public five years ago, allowing people to tour all […] → Read More

Some snowflakes possible this weekend as rain moves out but chilly temps remain

Could New York City see some of its first snowflakes of the season? One forecast model shows the possibility of some snow on Sunday. → Read More

Sunny Sunday with temps in 50s before rain moves in

NEW YORK — High pressure will continue to serve up dry weather across the area through Sunday afternoon. A southwest wind will keep temperatures in the upper 50s. A strong cold front will then move in from the west, bringing rain to the tri-state area Sunday night into Monday. The main concern will be cold air […] → Read More