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Expect A Tough Friday Commute

Friday, February 14, 2014

The tail end of the latest winter storm moves through the region today. Snow is expected to fall until about 7 a.m. but transit agencies are expecting a tough morning commute. Schools are open in New York City.

Updates below on all the weather's effects.

  • Alternate Side Parking rules are suspended through Monday.
  • A map of where the city snow plows can be found here.
  • A list of area school closures can be found here.
  • The City Office of Emergency Management has issued a Hazardous Travel Advisory for today. The Department of Buildings is reminding property owners to de-ice public areas and safely remove snow from roofs, overhangs, and awnings.
  • Metro North is running on a Saturday schedule, the MTA says customers are advised to limit travel through Friday and to anticipate delays and crowded conditions.

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