Summer of 2010 set to go down in record books as the hottest ever across the Northeast

Numbers confirm it: Summer was a scorcher

ALBANY, N.Y. — New numbers confirm what the sweaty brows of Northeasterners have been saying for months: The summer of 2010 was a record-breaking scorcher.

Unrelenting heat scorches East Coast yet another day as temperatures approach 100 again

Temperatures again approach 100 in wilting East

Unrelenting sun scorches East Coast yet another day as temperatures set to reach 100 again

Scorching temperatures returning to wilted East

House fire in upstate NY kills 6 kids, ages 1 to 12; dental records, DNA used to ID victims

Fire at upstate NY home kills 6 kids, ages 1 to 12

NY comptroller moves for lead plaintiff status in investors’ lawsuits against BP in oil spill

NY comptroller wants lead status in BP lawsuit

Turbulence on Ohio-NY Continental Airlines flight knocks around passengers, crew; 4 injured

Turbulence on Ohio-to-NY flight injures 4 people

Spring storm in northern NY, New England drops a foot of snow or more in some areas

Northern NY, New England storm drops foot of snow

Spring snowstorm hitting northern NY and Vt.; heavy, wet snow could cause power outages

Spring snowstorm hits northern NY, New England

Detectives investigating 1978 NY arson that killed 8 travel to Wash. to question survivor

Detectives probing 1978 NY arson that killed 8

Detectives investigating 1978 arson that killed 8 in NY travel to Wash. to question survivor

Detectives probing 1978 NY arson that killed 8

Utilities restore electricity in winter-weary Northeast, nearly 600,000 still without power

Northeast storm’s wake: Nearly 600k without power

Utility crews battling elements to restore power to 1M customers in winter-weary Northeast

Utility crews struggling to restore power in NE

New York City gets nearly 21 inches of snow, sets record for snowiest month in its history

New York City has snowiest month in its history

Heavy rain in Maine, deep snow in NYC and more than 1M powerless in winter-weary Northeast

Bam! Bam! Bam! 3rd blizzard this month smacks East

NY. Gov. Paterson won’t drop campaign despite domestic-violence scandal involving aide

NY Gov. Paterson won’t drop bid despite scandal

Pressure mounts for NY. Gov. Paterson to end campaign; Cabinet member resigns amid turmoil

Pressure rises for NY’s Paterson to end campaign

Utilities, airlines brace for high winds as new storm bears down on weary Northeast

Wind could be the real concern in snowy Northeast

Snow-weary Northeast hunkers down for another storm; hundreds of flights canceled

Cruel winter’s latest insult bears down on East

Philly, NYC prepare, again, for big snow, high winds; more than a foot expected in areas

Philly, NYC in line for cruel winter’s latest

2nd round of storms packing snow, high winds bears down on winter-weary Northeast

Snow, high winds headed to winter-weary Northeast

First round of storms brings heavy snow to Northeast, 2nd storm packing high winds on tap

Snow storms blanket Northeast; 2nd storm on tap

Schools closed, power out as 1st round of storms brings heavy snow to NY, New England

1st round of storms blankets Northeast

ALBANY, N.Y. — A storm dropping rain and snow moved over the Northeast on Wednesday, closing hundreds of schools and knocking out power to more than 160,000 customers as forecasters warned it could linger over areas largely spared this winter from record snowfalls that socked other parts of the nation.

Back-to-back severe snowstorms with high, dangerous winds expected to slam Northeast

Back-to-back severe storms headed for Northeast

Rain, wind lead to Northeast flood warnings, airport delays; construction debris flies in NYC

Rain, wind lead to flood warnings, airport delays