Blizzard Warning Canceled


Snow, sleet, and heavy winds are hitting New York City and the rest of the Tri-State area pretty heavily on Tuesday morning. The Weather Channel downgrades the snowfall projection, with 8 to 12 inches. New York City will receive closer to 8 inches of snow, a far cry from the predicted 12-24 inch forecast that sent NYC in a frenzy. The blizzard warning has been canceled for New York City, replacing it with a Winter Weather Advisory. 

Travel Updates

  • Metro North service will be suspended at noon
  • All above ground subway service is suspended
  • All bus service in and out of Port Authority is suspended
  • MTA bus service is operating, but cancellations and delays are to be expected
  • LIRR is operating, but cancellations should be expected later in the day
  • NJ Transit bus service is suspended
  • NJ Transit train service is operating on a weekend schedule

  • Amtrak is running on a modified schedule
  • PATH trains are operating on an adjusted schedule
  • About 3,000 flights have been cancelled at NYC area airports
  • More than 5,000 flights have been cancelled around the country
  • Air train service suspended at Newark

UPDATE:

  • All NYC public schools will be opened tomorrow
  • As of noon, 87% of NYC roads have been salted
  • 96% of roads have been plowed at least once
  • New York City remains in a state of emergency until midnight
  • Coastal flooding continues

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